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SEEIALS SECTIO?f 
VA STATS LIBRARY 
RigtiaOSD VA 23219 



50th Year, No. 14 




City of Virginia Beach, Va 



April 2, 1975 



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Although rainy skies forced cancellation 
of nr»ost outdoor Easter activities, in- 
cluding Cape Henry Sunrise Service and 
the Easter Promenade on fhe board- 
walk, hundreds of youngsters took ad- 
vantage of a bit of sunshine Saturday 
and combed Princess Anne Park during 
the Easter egg hunt sponsored by the 
Departnnent of Parks and Recreation. 
Clay Rodgers, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Dan Rodgers, 4600 Tony Lema Lane, 
Virginia Beach, found his share of good- 
ies. 



Sun photos by Mary Roda 




Schools ask increase 



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By imnKOOk 
Soa-ftalf Writer 

SkyrocketioK enrollmeht and stiver state reqaire- 
mentt for edocational programs have pomped the 
lOigpesed 1975-76 budget for Yirginia Bench schools 
more than $6 million over last year, acconUng to 
Sopt. Dr. E.E. Brickell. 

Bri^ell, who toM the School Board Tborsdajr Us 
IHvposed 148.2 million twdget is basically a "hold- 
the-Uoe docoment," reported that the bodget reflects 
"rapidljt accelerated pupii growth, the highest in over 
10 ywtrs" combined with inflation and an increasing 
■omlier of educational reqnirements by Virginia. 

The School Board, which adofked the bw%et in a 
6-0 vote, mist tarn to the city ibr Oie balk of the 
increase, Brickell noted, because only |900,000 of the 
pr^x»ed 14.5 per cent increase will be offset by com- 
panion increases in state and federal revcoue. 



The schools aiisorbed an raroUment incre^ of 
2,400 during the iMSt year, and l>ecause of the ^rap, 
Brickell said, "we have to employ more Qmn $1 
million worth of professional persoaoel wlthoit i 
help from the Commonwealth. ' ' 

Not surprisingly, instmctloiml costs took a $3.7 
milUon bite of the proposed ticrease. Brit^ell told 
The Son that three-fourths of tlw increase reprnen- 
ted salary ' hikes for professional staff, while pro- 
posed hiring of new professional staff, incladtng 
administrators and teachers, is respmsible for (me 
quarter of the pressed instructional cost increase. 
Cost of instniction alone will rdach |32 million in 
1975-76. 

Of that, $2$ milUon will be nsed to pay ularies 
of 2,665 teachers. Including 93 new claasroon in- 
structors. 

(See BUDGET page A-2) 



set case history 



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A Virginia B«tch rape 
case may be on the brink 
et settling a controversial 
courtroom issue ttrough- 
ont the Virginia: whether 
the past sexual cmduct 
of a rape victim may be 
nwd as evidence in a trial. 

ComDommltt's Atty. 
Aadrw Evans will re- 
pTMCiit VUi^ia Beach in 
Comraoowealtt vs. Wynne 
this mfmjtk lAta the case 
appnrs b^ore the Virgin- 
ia S^xvne Coort 

A«ordifig to Asst. Con- 
Bonwedth's Atty. William 
Drinkwater, irtio wrcrte the 
brief for the case, tiie 
issue involves the defease 
attorney's contention that 
the rape victim's past 



$ 1 00 million - plus 

City anticipates iandmarii budget 



should be an issue in a 
rape trial. 

Surprisingly, it's an is- 
sm which has never rea- 
ched the Supreme Court 
level before, he noted. 

Driiricwater aid other 
states have settled the 
qnestfan, with about half 
niling that' past sexual ex- 
periences of a rape vic- 
tim are irrelevant in rape 
trials, while remaining 
states have ruled that rape 
suspects may draw on vic- 
tim's past in their eoari- 
room arguments. 

Women's rights leaders 
in Virginia Beich and in 
d&er parts of the state 
have' clamored for a change 
in the law which they say 
mUilessly invades theiH*!- 
vacy of a rape victim while 
it protects the past, of the 
rape suspect. 

In Virginia, previous sex 
olfenses committed by the 
rape suspect cannot be in- 
troduced as evidence un- 
less the defendant agrees 
to take the stand. Drink- 
water said. In those cases, 
(fefense attorneys advise 



their cU«its not to speak 
in their own defense. 

In Commonwealth vs. 
Wyine, a 1973 case in 
which the Beach prosecu- 
tors won a convictton, the 
defense "tried to bring out 
the fact that tlie girl had 
sexual rentions with other 
iiKUriduals." Drinkwater 
said. 

The defense hoped to 
discredit the victim's 
character by "parading in- 
dividuals" before the jury 
who had had sexual rela- 
tions with the victim in 
tee. past Drinkwater said, 
but their testimony was 
not allowed. Wynne is ap- 
PMling. 

In Drinkwater's opiai<m, 
such evidence is ir- 
relevant. "It's like sayii^ 
a prostitute cannot be 
raped, but she can be just 
as brutally and malicous- 
ly raped as anyone. Does 
that make her any less of 
an individual or lessen her 
rights under the Consti- 
tution? That's what we're 
trying to protect." 

(See RAPE page A-3) 



The Virginia Beach City Council today is expect- 
ed to re«eive a proposed budget that will go down 
as a landmark of sorts - the city's first |100 
'mUlion-plus spending pn^sal, althoi^h City Mana- 
ger George Hanbury iiMcated that the cmly major 
increases will be the School Board's retyiest for 
a $5.3 milUon increase in funling. 

bi an intenrfew with Hie Sim this week, ilaidHiry 
rataaed to reveal the particulars abwt the first 
Urigct he has prepared as city manager. 

Would it suite over the 3100 roillitm mark? 
"WeH, tt was |93 millicw last year," Hairiwry 
otoerved. 

The dty maiager was locked in Ust-miiwte bud- 
get hearings «4th staff last week in an effort to meet 
the today's bad^ deadllK. The Comcil las sched- 
uled a 9 a.m. special meeting to receive the docu- 
ment. 

HanlMiry, wto wis bnrtfi« the midniglrt M this 
wert drafting his taidget mess^e, said the proposal 
was cmservMlve, "M city mangeiti are tr^i- 
tiowlly raBswvaliw." , 

M rq»rtM ttat there will te "m great inerets- 
es" pn^osel with the eM^M of tte sctool bud- 
get, wU<ft Imtp^ 14.5 ptr »rt Ms yrar - with 
most of the increase nqiected to cmm from lo- 
cal money (see related story). 

Hartivry is eipected to recommend a I per cent 
incmse - fmn 2 to 3 per cMt - in te city's 
hotel-motel tax. 

The tax, «Udi Cooacll may approve tand-la- 
haid wifli the emstrvetim of a pressed $16 mil- 



lion convention center comidex, would bring ap- 
proximately |1 million in additicmal revenue to tte 
city is 1975-76, Hanbury reported. 

The city manager declined to say whether the 
proposed tax woufd be included in his budget with- 
<Mit the cmvention center project. 

"How you're gating Mo my bad^ mftsngi*." te 
chlded. Be indicated Qiat tte documrat wwdd not 
l>e released until the City Council sees it. 

However, during an informal Council session March 
24, Hanbury told coundlmen that ev« with a hotel- 
motel tax increase, Virginia B«ich wcwld "still be 
comp^ltive" Witt other Ti(tewater cities. 

"I think it would be a good recommNdsttoa," 
h$ added, "but it vIU be the Council's fftqug^n 
to impose the tax." 

Hatfrary bad pn^sed a ccmventloM cmita as a 
"carrot" aloi% with the proposed tax incrMSt so 
innke^iers would not (qyose the 1 per cM hito. 
Over a 20-year period, Hairimry predicted ^tttite 
would more more tlian pay for a cmventlon fliciMy. 

The bn^et, wMeh sets tte city's speodiaeiM'fcM-- 
iUes for the yMr, will tuttcate Haitery's pUIo- 
sophy as city «aug«, and his la^jp^als ttold 
show ^tls tn emphasis from ttw a<taA^teMoi 
of former City Manager Ro^r &ott. 

"I e(»sider it the most importaat docua^ I 
write (taring te year," Haitery said. "K eiteMli^s 
a hase poW for the City CoiacU to ^nswlth 
or be crtttol of," he ex^ined, M It Is ^y a 
reammeidatton. 



Chice the ^^)p(»al is made, Council will have two 
months to evaluate the docummit and determine what 
areas need reworking - giving projects and depart- 
ments more or less money. 

Copies of the budget will be available to citizens 
through the Beach city's public information office, 
and the bw^et also will lie available at city librar- 
ies. Under Vii^inia Beach's charter, the bn%et 
must be adopted by May 30, and pobUc hearings 
will be scifeduled in the next two months to hear 
citizens' commuts on the proposal. 

Some City HaU sources have indicated that ttie 
ba(%et will cre^ up to $108 million, a IS per cent 
increase over last year. 

"Budgeting has been extremely tUfUcult," Hanbury 
conceded. "We're in an unprecedented period of not 
only of inflation but also recession.' 

Municipal salaries, as well as all types of sup- 
plies, raalBteaance and otor (grating ezpciwes, 
will reflect the inflationary tr«id of te ntiimal 
econotay, tiut Hanbury said Virginia Beach has not 
felt the br^t of the recnssicm. 

Fortunately, he expUiMd the city's eccmocDicbase, 
especially tourism, has not taken a dip witt tte 
recesston. 

"I do Mrt C»l Mr ecMomy is unstaUe," Hanbury 
said. "Our tamomf is a smad one, ttere's so 
cause tor panic and m rmmm to be fr^Mraed." 
he added, because the ctty has the alrili^ to cc^e 
with the toil <rftoflttioo. 



Statistics err 



Virgin Beach's Commonwealth's attorneys have 
a better batting average when it comes to rape con- 
victions than most pet^le think - even the Police 
D^artment's central files. 

When a Sun reporter checked police statistics to 
drtermine the number of rape coavictioos in 1974, 
the figures showed a sorry tale: one C(fflviction in 
12 cases. 

According to Asst. Commonwealth's Atty. William 
Drinkwater, that's just not so. 

The attorney, respondtaig to a Sun article on rape 
which reported the incorrect figures, said that con- 
vlrtlons resulted in nine of 14 rape cases which 
were tried in Virginia Beach Circuit Court last 
y«r. 

Five suspects were convicted of rape, and received 
swteoces rai^ii^ between five and 10 years, while 
four were convicted of assault and were sentenced 
from one to two jwars in prison. 

Is three cases, the jury delivered "nrt guilty" 
verdicts, and evidence was struck in a fourth trial. 

In tte final case, the Commcmwealth's attorney 
sriunitted a ix)l prosequi, mea^g that the charge 
would nd be prosecuted, when the victim could wt 
be located. 

Better than the incorrect 12 to 1 average, Dnnk- 
vater said the Commoawealth's atton^ woi rape 
cMvictiims in 35,7 of its cases, anl the rape sus- 
pect w<Mnd up in jail 64.2 per cent of the time. 
incMiag assault eases. 



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A-8 - The S«n, April 2, 1975 




Mayor J. Curtis Payne of Vir- 
ginia Beach (right) ^akes 
hands with Tidewater Com- 
munity College president Geo- 
rge Pass after reading 
his proclamation declaring 



TCC dedication set 



AI4iou^ its official dedication will t>e 
Sunday, the $3.7 million Virginia Beach 
campus of Tidewater Community Col lege 
has been a bustling center of educational 
activity since September. 

In fact, the newest addition to ttte Tide- 
water Community College (TCC) system 
at Princess Anne Road and the proposed 
Rosemcmt Road extension, already has a 
full enrollment exceeding 3,900. 

Gov. Mills E. Godwin Jr. will be ttie 
guest speaker at the dedication cere- 
monies at 2 p.m. Sunday, and the campus 
will be open to visitors who wantto roam 
throu^ classrooms and laboratories in 
ttie four-buiJding complex. 

TCC officials say the Virginia Beach 
campus is the fastest growing of the sys- 
tem's three campuses. It opened with 750 
students in 1971, when old buildings at 
Camp Pendleton served as classrooms. 



The campus is designed to accom- 
modate 1,700 full-time students, but with 
its enrollment more than doubling that, 
TCC plans to continue offering classes in 
ei^t other Beach locations, including 
Camp Pendleton. 

Facilities at the 115-acre campus, lo- 
cated on the site of Green Run Farm, 
i nc I ude a sc i ence and techno I ogy bui Idi hg, 
administration building, the learning re- 
sources building, which includes a li- 
brary and a small auditorium, and the 
social sciences buildir^. 

The City of Virginia Beach provided 
site preparation and maintenance at a 
cost of $1 milli(Xi. 

TCC's buildings aredesignedtoenidile 
the college to build additions later on. 
but that will come under the campus' 
Phase II funding. 

When that will occur and how much 



will b« altocatMl dapandi on ttia General 
Asswnbly. 

TCC faculty at Vinjinia Beach in- 
cludes 90 full-tinw instructors, witi 
another 93 woricir^ part-time. In ad- 
dition, the steff incl«^^ seven coun- 
selors, ei^ leamii^ resources staff 
nrambem, 10 adminiifrative steff num- 
bers and 35 support MiijMoyes. 

Construction, w^idi tegan two year* 
ago, WK completed by W.B. Meredith 
II using a dtMign by Wiltittna and Taze- 
well Architects. 

TCC President Dr. George B. Pass 
will prMide at tlw dedication c»rwnonf, 
and »ecial guests will include Vir- 
ginia Beadi Mi^r J. Curtis Payne and 
Dr. E.E. Brickell, superintendent of 
Beadt schools and vice dtaimum of 
TCC's board. 




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(Ccmtinited from page A-1) 

Brickell reported that tite pn^osed budget indvdes 
the School B<»rd's first* negotiated master contract 
with the VirgiBiaBeachE(tacatiooAssoct^ioo(Y6EA). 

VBEA members will TCte on the i^reementtoiky, and 
the School Board called a q>ecial meeting I p.m. 
Thursday in the School Administration Bollding to coa- 
sider the package. 

Although d^ails of the agreement wiU not be dis- 
closed imtil this afternoon, it reportedly includes a 
salary increase of api^roximately 10 per cent for 
teachers. 

Brickell also recommended approval of a salary and 
benefit package averaging between 10 and 11 per cent 
for classified employes, and a pay increase of 8 per 
cent for bus drivers with group life inraraace benefits 
which will bring their total increase to 10 or 11 pn- 
cent. 

Under the proposal, school administrators vmdd 
g^ a 5 per cent across -tte-board increase in add- 
ition to a step advancement on the school system's 
salary scale, along with life iasuraiMie benefits. 
Brickell said the package represents increases rang- 
i!% between 8.5 and 10.5 per cent for administra- 
tors. 



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the cost of opening three new elematfai7 schools. 
North Laadiflg, Fairfield and Green Rao, are in- 
claded in tiie bodget inter operatiaf and instrae- 
tiooaleosts. 

Briickril also noted tM. spedal wtaeatioa, wUA 
eost tto schools less ttaa |1 milluM three yean 
ago, will ai9roM:h |2.5 nilliai this year. 

Dnpite the 14.S per ead increase in the orerall 
iMdcet. BricteU predkted Oat Vlrgiida Beach's cost 
per popil of $858 would be one of the lowest of 38 
Virgtada eities^for the 197S-76 school year. 

In eoavuisae, last jwsr N<»folk tpeot $1,000 
for nch trtndeat, while Nei^ort News spent |923. 
' Tbe closest city to Vtifiato Beich in 1973-14 
'wu ChcHVofce, wta an fSOl average, jtiU l^h«- 
than the Beach's cost per papU last year. 

"TUs ^tstftoo canot he o^ectsd to ooatiaae 
ad iDfinitom," BrickeU waned. "For us to be al^ 
to tandjdi quality educat^aal i»-ograms at less cotk 
ttafl eittas aae-teoth our ^se,'iB a^Uflerlag economy, 
is jriMpfyaot gtriig to pj cm.' 

The m^trme^md atoe wAed ttat his bod^ 
OMld not acoNBneifaite a r e q ia st tnm tte Ca m tXl 
of PTA's to stall ewh stted wttt a nna. Hovercr, 
he said the bodget re<pMMbr ftadt tor three aM- 
tiwal nurses, which will provide a nurse for every 
three schools isstead of asking each narse to cover 
tour schools. 



AUhoo^ ttere all are schools with CuU-time 
KBVit, Arl^eU ei|Adned that Uiey are des^inated 
Title I bdUtlas and federal funds pay iiir most of 
the BHws' adartes. 

Biid^ said the 1975-76 pnqiosed bodget recoa- 
raeads "very few new programs" eicept for those 
re<^red by Ylrgiaia or by the regional accredit- 
ing associattoii 

Re added fliti he ^ department reque^ "Iqr 
as much as TO per cent" before preparing the final 
budget propitfal, "even though most requests were 
qnito reasoadte." 

"We tave attained to take into consideration the 
tiiaes ia «M^ we Ui^," he ^dded, "and the ever- 
increasing bwttai htiag placed on our tasqiayers... 
1 believe we have aacceected in preparing a budget 
ttat is nOUt^M tte nrtrone." 

School Bawd Chainaaa Robert DeFord Jr. {nmised 
Bricfcell's wmk m tte proposed iMidget, which was 
I t M wa rded to C% Manager George Hanbury to be 
iaclodsd vttt the hodget package the Ciy CouncU 
itil rec^ve to^. & reaariced, "This is almost 
aa ohdlenMeMi^ to come q> with. " 

Bsa^ Ktixit tem have 54,000 students BrickeU 
said, *aad H m g^ a Z,MO increase one more year, 

my gwss Is we'll have to go to the Ctty CooikU 
and ask te- aaolher apiutipriation." 



Space progrm at planetarium 



Han's acc(mi|dishm^its 
in space will be tbe focus 
Ibr Virginia Beach's plan- 
etarium p-ogram in Ainll. 

Skams, scheduled every 



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News Briefs 



Ft Story meet set 



An April 23 public hearing has be«n scheduled 
OD the Navy's plan to tmild 600 bousing units at 
Ft. Story in Virginia Beach. 

The meeting will be held from 1 to II p.m. in 
the audltortan of Primes* Adm High School. 

C<q^e« of the Navy's eavironnental impact state- 
mtrt are availatde at Virginia Beach libraries. 

Information oti presentation of oral or written 
statements is available by calling R.L. Warren, 
Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Com- 
mand, 444-7131. 

Speakers will be limited to Ave minutes, and group 
presentations will be allotcd 10 minutes. 



Delay threatened 



Poee/ 



Tomorrow meets 



CoBstnicUoB of IteAtlHUe Treatm«U Plant wiU 
be delayed for more than a year if the Hampton Roads 
Sanitation District (HRSD) does not get 94 million 
for construction of the sewage treatment facility In 
Dam Neck by August, according to HRSD general 
manager Col. William Love. 

Love reported that the SUte Water Control Board 
has promised the needed funding for the Virginia 
Beach plant, although it was not included $49.6 million 
the district received in federal funds for seven other 
projects. 

Love reported that delays in constiuction of the 
Atlantic Treatment Facility, which HRSD hopes to 
complete by 1978, could result in inadequate capacity 
to absorb new conMCtions from developing areas of 
Virginia Beach. 



Carrington leaves 

Charles C. Carrington, Virginia Beach's on-again, 
off-again, planning director, officially resigned as city 
planning head March 25, this time for good. 

City Manager George Hanbury had instructed Car- 
ri^ton to begin looking for another post full-time 
March 12 shortly after the planner submitted a re- 
signation effective April 15. However, the planni^ 
director protested the (|aisi-disroissal and returned 
to work March 24 to flnlsh up some unfinished plan- 
ning duties. 

But the next day he submitted a resignation ef- 
fective immediately, which was aifcepted by Hanbury. 
The planner's annual salary of $27,250, which would 
have contimed to April 15 even though he was re- 
lieved of duties earlier, also stopped as of March 25, 
Hanbury said. 



Incumbents file 

Virginia Beach's air«e incnmhinit DemocfaCc s&ie | 
legislators filed tOr re-election to the General Assem- 
bly dwlag the Urst two days of filing Thursday and 
Friday. 

Del. Glenn McClanan filed for his third term in 
office on the opening day for filing. McClanan re- 
i>ortedly has fallen out of favor with Democratic 
Party leaiters and there had been speculation that 
he might run as an Independent. 

Del. Owen B. Pickett also filed for a sectmd term 
in office durii^ the first day of filing, while Del. 
Donald Rhodes filed Friday. 

The three will be ranning in the June 10 Demo- 
cratic primary. April 11 is the filing deadline. 

Beach Borou^ CovDCilmaa Robert Callis is ex- 
pected to try f<>r tlie Democratic nomination to appose 
VirgteU Sen. Josepli Canada (R-Virginla Beach) in 
the November electioos. John Fahey has already 
amiouBced that be attends to run for the Senate seat 
as an Ind^iendent candidate. 




By fled! Siin/ 



Noi everyone knew it, Brian Cox (iop), 11, a 6th 

but the enemy invaded " grader at Lynnhaven Ele- 
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The scenfe of Virginia Beach Tomorrow's 
first meeting \otilud something like a kinder- 
garten class for grown-iqw. 

Dlg^fie<^-l<x'''*'»i "•*» i" •=°*'* *"" **** 
were sprawled on all fours, working dili- 
gently drawing scrambled, figures on huge 
sheets of paper. 

The assignment: draw a map of Virginia 
Beach as you know it, noting areas which 
Indicate your view of the city. 
Not everyone's map looked the same. 
"I dMi't know about Uie rest of you," 
joked Kempsville Borough Councilman Dr. 
Henry McCoy as he toe* a peocU to paper," 
But I'm just drawing Kempsville." 

Councilman Dr. Clarence Holland, taking 
a peek at Lynnhaven Borough Councilman 
John Griffin's handiwork, remarked, "John 
Griffin already put in Old Donation Park- 
way!" 

. One of the first landmarks on McCoy's 
map was the Southern Norfolk RaUway. 
"I know where that railroad track is," he 
said with a grin. "You can't hunt up there," 
he added, pointtng to the area of the city 
norOi of the track, which mariu a hunt- 
ing bomidary nnder a city ordinance pn^- 
osed by McCoy. 

Griffin's map showed huge fingers of Broad 
Bay, Lynnhaven Bay and Western Branch, 
while the waterways were hardly notice- 
able on some oUier maps. 

Dr. John Osman, director of the Brok- 
ings Institute urban policy conferences, said 
he will analyze maps draws by the 82 To- 
morrow Committee members to determine 
each person's percqttion of Virginia Beach. 
Urian specialist Leo Molinaro, president 
of American City Corp., was guest speaker 
for the first Tomorrow session. 

Molinaro said American cities have been 
shaped by the Industrial revolution as well 
as the free market system which resulted 
from the American Revolution. 

The industrial revolution dictated that la- 
iwr forces and consumers congregate in 
cities to provide mass markets and for 
mass produced goods. 

The free market system has posed a 
dilemma for municipalities wiien it comes 
to zoning, Milinaro observed. 

"U zooii« does notbii« else," he said, 
"it restricts land on the open market" 
and cities mnst determine how they "can 
keep the free market system alive" while 
Imposing land use controls. 



Another dilemma is that how cities can 
encourage self government in such com- 
plicated areas as beach erosion, flood con- 
trol "and even issues such as education 
and health," Molinaro said. For example, 
"do we really let people decide when their 

kids are educated?" 

He told committee members that they must 
learn to "understand growth and change well 
enough to incorporate it in a community 
development process" that creates pros- 
perity lor citizens, expands equity by har- 
nessing private dollars to ^hape the com- 
munity and tty stabilizes, growth so it can be 
planned for properly. 

"What is happening," he added, "is that 
we're growing too fast to plan in some 
places and too fast lor community services," 
and in other areas "too slow to build an 
economic base." 



List revised 



Response to the Tommorow Committee, a 
group which will map out the best course 
for Virginia Beach's future, has been over- 
whelming. 

Of 90 Beach "policy makers" invited to 
join the group, more than 82 have agreed 
to dedicated one lull day a month for 10 
months |o the committee, which will create 
a policy for the city's future development. 
Organizers hoped to limit the body to 70 
persons. 

The Sun printed a list of committee mem- 
bers in its March 26 issue, but five more 
add have been added since then. 

Wljliam J. Va««han, Virginia Beach As- 
sociation; 

Dick Cockrell, Virginia Beach Polytechnic 
Institute Extension, 

Mary Russo, housewife; 

Bill Eagen, Virginia Beach Innkeepers, 

and 
E. Bradford Tazewell Jr., Virginia Beach 

Association. 

The list provided by the Virginia Beach 
Tomorrow also erroneously listed Elizabeth 
McClane as president of the League of Women 
Voters. Mrs. McCIane is the first vice pres- 
ident of the league, and she is also vice 
president of the Witchduck Civic League. 



a recent weekend. Luck- 
ily, though, these three 
stalwarts were on hand 
to defend the land. 

Taking dead aim are 



ower left), 12, also a 
6th grader at Lynnhaven 
Elementary; and Michael 
Cox, 6. 




Geneva meet set 



Collection begins 

Virginia Beach residents wlM) want to earn a tittle 
extra cash can start saving aluminum cans and trays. 

The scrap aluminum will bring 15 cents a pound 
Tuesday and April 22 when a Reynolds Aluminum 
truck will visit Virginia Beach for aluminum |uck- 
ups at the Virginia Beach Dome 19th Street and Paci- 
fic Avenue, and at the Naval Officers Beach Club, 
Atlantic Avenue and 68th Street. 

E. -J. Kelly Jr., manager of Reynolds Mid-At- 
lantic region recyclii^ (^ration, said Reynolds 
will pay cash for all -aluminum cans, TV dinner 
trays, pie pans and foil frmn 1 to 3 p.m. at the 
DcHne and from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the beach 
elub. 

Car kills boy 

A Virginia Beach youngster was killed as be ran 
across the Virginia gMch Expressway the night of 
March 26, Just three weeks after his family moved 
to the city. , , . . 

George R(»e, 12, was playing a game of "chicken" 
with friends when he was hit by a car driv«i by 
Antboay 8. Smith of Norfolk as he dashed onto the 
freemy to retrieve his hat. The youngsters were 
tryii« to see wto could run closest'to ears on the 
toll road. »• „ „ 

The yooth, the son of Mr. awJ Mrs. Raymcmd Rose 
Jr of Gre^ Lake Drive in the County View mobile 
tome park, is also survived by a 14-year-old brother 
and a sister 9. He attended Kempsville Elementary 
tctool. ^ 



Rep. William Whiteburst 
(R-Virginia Beach) will be 
spending the next week in 
Geneva, Switzerland, as 
one of two members of 
the U.S. House of Repre- 
sentatives acting as a con- 
gressional advisor for go- 
verning military conflicts. 

The Swiss government 
is sponsoring the meeting, 
which is officially the se- 
cond session of the Diplo- 
matic Conference on the 
Reaffirmation and Devel- 
opment of International Hu- 
manitarian Law Applicable 
in Armed Conflicts; 128 
countries are scheduled to 
participate in the confer- 
ence. 

The meetings will deal 
with the protection of vic- 



tims of armed conflicts, 
including prisoners of war, 
civilians, civil defense, re- 
lief, and individuals re- 
quiring medical treatment. 
The conference was 
called to deal with frequent 
violations of the 1949 Ge- 
neva Convention by states 
which refuse to tr«it cap- 
tured soldiers as prisoners 



of war, which use civilians 
as targets to gain military 
advantages and incideitfs 
of terrorism and use of 
hostages in bargaining. 

Accordli^ tbWhitehttrst, 
the conference is a t^ of 
the ability of nations to 
create imlversal law for 
armed conflicts. 



Past sexual conduct of 
the victim is an issue which 
is brought up "all the 
time," Drinkwater said. 
"That's the defense law- 
yer's K*." 

But the Commonwealth's 
attorney's office wouldn't 
mind seeing the ntles of 
the game Interpreted tai 
ttieir tavor. 

Because evidence In 
rqte cases is sometimes 
diflicult to find, a lot of 
determinations are made 
by the bellevabillty of the 
victim, IWnkwater ex- 
plained. That Is why the 



defense must attack 
credibiUty. 

CredibUity would still 
play a major role in rape 
trials, he added, bat it 
would not be based on the 
previous conduct of the 
victim with other men or 
even with the suspect him- 
self. 

As an example. Drink- 
water ootlined a sticky 
possMlity: what if a new- 
ly-divoroed woman claim- 
ed tint her ex-husband 
raped her? A case probably 
would boil down to her word 
against ius, the attorney 
fioted. 



Althoi^h it is an ex- 
treme example, often the 
jury's reaction to the vic- 
tim's story wijl make the 
diflerence between a con- 
viction and a "not guilty" 
venlict. 

t 

Drinkwater doesn't be- 
lieve that a woman's past 
sexual conduct unrelated 
to the crime should be 
used acainst her. 

If Virginia Beach wins 
ttie case at the Supreme 
Cwirt level, Drinkwater 
said it will have an im- 
pact on r^>e trials 
throi^hout the state. 




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A-4- Th«Suii,JSpril2, 1975 



An editorial: 

A.R.E.,TCC 
Beach boon 

With Easter and thepromise of spring, 
conne the back-to-back dedications of 
facilities which will greatly enhance 
cultural opportunities available to for 
Virginia Beach residents. 

Tidewater Commimity College (TCC) 
will dedicate its $3.8 million Virginia 
Beach campus at Green Run Sunday. On 
Easter Sunday the Association for Re- 
search and tnlightment. Inc. (A.R.E.) 
dedicated its $1 million library at 68th 
Street and Atlantic Avenue. 

The new TCC campus has been open 
since September, and the overwhelming 
community response tor the facility only 
points out the need for post-high school 
education.' 

The college gives hi^ school grad- 
uates an <^)portunity they might not other- 
wise have to continue their education, 
and it also serves as a source for per- 
sonal enrichment for individuals who 
join TCC's continuing education pro- 
gram. 

The only problem facing the 
Virginia Beach campus now is that its 
enrollment isi already double the facil- 
ity's capacity. 

TCC officials have contimjed classes 
at its make-do Camp Pendleton Campus 
as well as seven other Beach locations, 
but eventually the campus must be ex- 
panded. 

That will take more money, and in ttie 
face of a tight economy, ttie Virginia 
General Assembly may not be ready 
to shell out more hard cash for education. 

The A.R.E. Library, ¥»hich most cer- 
tainly will become known as a Beach 
landmark, contains one of the nrrast 
extoaiya {flections of parapsydio}<^i- 
cai work, including 'materials on ek- 
trasensory perception and extensive 
readings of clairvoyant Edgar Cayce. 

The attractive building overlodcs the 
Atlantic, and Beach residents are wel- 
come to tour through its rooms of books, 
auditoriums, meditation room and roof- 
it^ garden overlooking the ocean. 

Although the A.R.E. has made Virginia 
Beach ii^ home for years, ever since 
Cayce originally opened the hospital 
whid) overlooks the library site, the 
new building will mean ttiat the orgwi- 
ization will be ^le to include the pdbUc 
in more of its activities, including free 
daily afternoon lectures on Cayce' s read- 
ings. 

-M.R. 

This VMeek^s Agenda 

Today 

Cmr COUHCIL, special bw%et meetiiig, 9 a.m. 
Council Chambers, Admlnistratton Building, llonici- 
pal Center. 

iPAMPIS COmBTTEE, 2 p.m.. City Manager's Con- 
ference Room, Administration Building, Municipal 
"IJenter. 





BOARD OF APPEALS, 7 p.m.. Courtroom 
Circuit CoDrt, Municipal Center. 



iWsday 




'Virginia Beach is one of the 
most diverse and comp/ex mixes 
of urban, recreationai and 
agricultural uses I've ever seen 
packed into this small an area.' 



valGBnA BEACH MENTAL HEALTH AHD MEH- 
TAb RETARDATKM SERVICES BOARD, 12 
noo4 Chamber o( Commerce, 4S10 Virginia ,£^^ 
Blvd. 

SCHOC^ BOARD, special meeting, Virginia Beach 
Education Association agreement, 8 p.m., School 
Board Room, School Administration Building, Muni- 
cipal Center. 

Moncay" 

LIBRARY BOARD, 10.30 a.m., Ccmference Room, 
Kempsville Library. 

CITY COUHCIL. 2 p.m.. Council Chambers, Admin- 
istration Bniklii^. 

FALSE CAPE PARK ACCESS STUDY, public hear- 
ing, 7:30 p.m., Plaw Junior High School. 



Tuesday 



PLAmfDIG COMMISSKM, 1 p.m.. Council Chambers, 
Administration BviUiag. 

BiCEllTEinnAL OMMBSK)!! , 3 p.m. , Virginia Beach 
Dune, 19th Street nd Pacific Avenue. 

P(XJCE PUBLK AWARENESS LECTURE, SEX CRI- 
MES, 7:30 p.m., Council Chambers, Administration 
BuMcttq;. 



Aprl9 

PARKS AND RECREATICMI CCNIMIS^Mf, 3 p m , 
City Manager's Conference Room, Administration 
^Miif. A]M1I9. 



Project administrator Paul Fisher said 
ttie water quality agency will try to de- 
termine the extent -of water potitition 
in the area. 



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Virginia SmkIi, Va. 23492 

PftOM(M4) 486-34^ 



Quality of water threatened 



Agency eyes pollution 




Any Virginia Beach resident out for a Sunday 
aReraoon drive can appreciate the beauty (tf the 
city's network (rf lakes, channels and bays. Water 
is an ifit^ral part of die B«ich lifestyle. 

But as IM am develops, the system of water- 
ways is coBSta^y threatened by pollutants, whether 
they are geMrated by sewer lines and septic tanks 
or highway nuofl and agricultural fertilizers that Mid 
thrir way into a water system after a heavy rain. 
AlUMMgk poU^nts are generated locally and have 
an impact on the emriroiunratal quality of life in the 
area — for balk man and wikUife — water pollution 
and tts mAiUou are regional prt^leros that any one 
«i^ could not possibly tackle on its own. 

That's whCTe the Hampton Roads Water Quality 
Agney (HRWQA) steps in. 

To Tom Wood, HRWQA assistant project manager, 
OM of tfcree young {daaners who will attempt to plan 
Uie wat«r quality needs of southeastern Virginia for 
the aeit 20 years, tte tidewater area is a challen- 
ging project. 

"It's one of the most diverse aad complex mixes cf 
urban, ncnattoul and agricuRural uses I've ever 
seen packed into this small an area," Wood observed. 
Rapid development near eodogically valuable water- 
ways calls for sensitive planning. 

The agency, funded to the tune of $1.6 million imder 
ttie federal EnviraiuBeirtal Protection Agency, will 
attempt to work out a (dan to improve water quality 
in the soathetstem VirglBia region. 

R is not tte first time the water system has caught 
the eyeof regional planners, but Wood saidtiie HRWQA, 
created in July, has a different apftroa<A. 

Previously,, water quality plans were seriously 
hampered by their bilure to incorporate the local 
interests. Wood explained. 

"We're set qi to permit local contrid aad Iqiat," 
be added, and the fMeral government has emphasized 
that the plan the HRWQA develops be implemented. 
Although the plan could take many shapes, it will 
attempft to find ways to eliminate water contaminants 
at Uieir sowces, possibly through pnrtective looing 
of envtromBontally sentitive areas, and outline the 
types oloiter uattttl M t ftatUWM i T liat wuiiie * B «m e w> 
in soutfceasterh Virginia ftroughl995. '< " * ' 

For example, the plap could call for low density 
residential devekqiment near lakes and bays that are 
promtaieirt is Tidewater's topography to prevent heavy 
runoff and erosion that could carry pollutants into the 
water system. « 

The agency migU also call for the construction of 
holding Iwsins to control the flow of storm waters and 
permit some of the more damaging pollutants, such as 
petnAeira aad metalUe compounds to s^le to the 
bottom of the basta. 

"It's not enough to say what we think," the water 
9aUty iriaaner said, but the agency staff must d^er- 
mine how amch their plan will c(»t and how it will 
affect different economic interests in the community, 
tnm devek^ers to local government. 

HRWQA, must also determine who should administer 
any regional water quality jjdan, whether it isaa exis- 
ting r^kmal agency, a completely newoneorpc»slbly 
continuing the existence irf the HRWQA after its plan- 
ning work is doiffi. 

"R's important to see something come out of this 
aad see semiring done," Wood emphasised. "Pol- 
lution pnMems in Oiis area are quite serious," he 
he added, as evktenced by annual mysterious fish 
kills along the Jaaies river and tte contamination 
of flie funons Lynahavea shellfidi beds in Virginia 
Beach. 

In many cases, water qmlity experts are not even 
sure what pollutants are reqwnsible for the damage 
or wtere ttcy come from. 



HRWQA Project Administrator Paul Fisher h<q)es 
that the agency will be able to take extensive water 
samplings thro««bout the region to determine the 
extent of pollution and possibly pinpoint its source. 

What the agency can do, be added, will depend on tte 
federal government's response to a request tor a 
11.5 million grant to provide money for the needed 
testing. 

Tte data would te fed into a computer, Fister said, 
which would give water quality planners a (dcture of 
the sounds of pollutton contaminating flie water sys- 
tem. 

It's a complicated process, because pollutants can te 
generated from diverse sources, including agricultural 
chemicals, toxic materials carried in rancrff from 
streets and roads such as metallic elements aad 
petroleum wastes, as well as erosion from coo- 
struction. 

At the same time, planners will attempt to predict 
the impact future development will have oa water 
quality, and hopefully convince local governments to 
adjust their zoning to protect critical environmental 
areas, Fisher said. 

But at the same time, the water quality agency 
must consider the economic effects of any plan it 
recommends, according to Wood, who telds an eco- 
nomics degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 

"Ttese are important decisions," be said, "and 
they mlly affect the cost of development and tte a»t 
of building and nmning a ctty." 

In fact, tte water quality plan has tte potential to 
impair tte economic growtt of tte community, so it 
is important ttet environmentalists, as well as citi- 
zens, business interests and ctty officials have a clear 
understaadttg of tte agency's work. 

"Trade-offs are not things water quality programs 
addressed well prevtously," Wood noted, because ttey 
looked at pollution from a narrow environmentalist's 
standpoint without considerir^ otter factors. 

In tte end, ttose other considerations made former 
plans impossible to implement. 

The HRWQA also wiU delve into "noapi^" sources 
of pollution, agents primarily c^ried tqr TvaotL It's 
an area wkiaiiattwe*atffn«Mity'stgdiar-AMe ne- 
glected in tMe past, : k ' T Hj^OO 

Controlling point sources of pollution, such as 
industrial and residential wastes, has been "pretty 
effective" q> to now, Wood noted, but tte runoff 
is more difffcult to evalute and control. 

Fisher said tte agency has formed a committee 
ucludii^ representatives from groq>s stretching 
west to franklin and north to Williamsburg. 

niere are 20 memters now, and eventually tte 
commttttee will include 30 memters. FMier nid 
HRWQA is trying to get a cross-section of nftn- 
seatatloa from bott urtian and runU interest groqts, 
from devetopers to environmentalists. Memteri pre- 
sently include tte Volvo Corp., tte Virginia Beach 
chmiter of tte League of Women Voters and tte 
innkeepers. 

In additiott, tte agency plans a series of public 
informatton me^ings ttrougbout tte project area 
to te brief citizens oa its work. All materials pre- 
pared by tte agency will te available to citiz«is at 
tte (^ce in pembrtAe Three, Virginia Beach, in an 
information bank. 

Whatever plan tte agency prepares, Fister said it 
pn^nbly will be controversial. 

"Obvtously a plan of ttis magnitude will te con- 
troversial," te said, aad tte agency Im^s to hear 
opiAions about its pn^osals (taring puUic nraetings 
tefore its recommeodatioBS rach tte public hearing 
stage. 

That way, Fister eq>laiaed, tte final draft plan will 
rrilect tte feelii^ of tte comaiuatty. 



Steve Dice (left), pro- 
ject manager md as- 
sistant manager Tom 
Wood discuss a plan 
being developed by 
the Han^iton Roads 
Water Oiality Agen- 
cy. 







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Beach Sports 



The Sun, April 2, 1975 - A-5 



it's called lacrosse 



The Virginia Beach Junior High girl 
gymnasts are city champs for the 
second straight year. For the stpry. 
se» page A-7. ^ 



You play it with war clubs and a feather ball . . . . no? 



By STEVE BIORDO 
Sh Stett WrttM' 



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Tkc first tking that w>vlces letrn alxwt modero 
ice bodiey is tiiat it's derived from a etude North 
American Indian game ttat was played in centuries 
part wiOi war cigbs and a ball of ttgktly- woven 
fntters. 

Tte celebrated Ottawa Indian Chief Poatiac, during 
the FraKh and Indian War, devised a takeover of 
a British Ibrt by having his warriors play one such 
game before the fort gates, luring the curious sold- 
iers from behind the walls. At a pre-arranged sig- 
nal the Indians rushed the fori, overwhelming the 
guard and slaughtering the inhabitants. 

But while hodtey took to the ice and naked In- 
dians were r^laced by Canadians who attached thin 
steel blades to Uieir shoes, that nameless bat in- 
bereirtly American sport survived, and still flourishes 
to(by. 

Ttey call it lacrosse. 

The game's devotees are called "crazy." 

"It's just a lot of fun," says Tinsley Van Durand, 
English instructor and lacrosse coach at Norfolk 

Academy. "I've Aver seen anything like the paternal 
qdrtt that you haVe in lacrosse." Van Durand, who 
has been in and around the game for most of his 
27 years, adds, "The thing that frustrates me most 
is the complete drought of lacrosse you have in this 
area." 

For the uninitiated, the game of lacrosse coosists 
of fast-breaking, hard-Utting action - somewhere 
betwe«i basketball and hockey. Van Durand insists- 
between two teams of 10 men ^ch. 



'If there's a loose ball lotrfc out. 
I teadt my players that on a 
loose ball, one should go for the 
ball and the other for the man. 
You can hit anybody within 15 
feet of a loose ball. You're sup- 
posedly goii^ for his stick, tHit 
if you hit his arm or shoulder 
they won't usually call it.' 

* Mei-falki Aaaiemy lecr^aw 
- cotdtx Tinsley. Van Durand 



The field is roughly footbull-sise and the goal 
nets are 6 feet high by 6 feet wide. The ball has 
l»t)gressed from sparrow feathers to a btsehall- 
sised Ittrd rubber sphere. 

IHaiyers, Avided into four basic sections on the 
field, wear helmets and occasicmal padding and carry 
sticks with a leather-thonged basket oa one end. 
The stick's auin purpose is for catching and e«rry> 
ing the bnU, and also comes in handy for (illegally) 
amihilatlng an opposi^ player. 

"If there's a loose ball, look out," warns Van 
Durand, who says that contact is one of the main 
attractions in tte sport. "I teach my pUyers that 
on a loose ball, one should go tor the ball and the 
^ler fn" the man. You can hit anybody within IS 
feet of a l«»e ball. You're sqipMedly gotng for 
hU stick, twt if you hit his arm or dnulder they 
won't usually call it. " 

Ironically, the game seems to be changing much 
more rai^y than it has been accepted in many 
parts of the country. Tidewater, tor one. 

"llie thing that has changed the game more than 

tmm elw. I'B convinced, are thcaa new 8TZ 
sUcks," says Van Durand. He pcrints oirt that the 
new ^icks are liglrter, with mesh webUng rather 
than ^e old-style leather. "You can really wing 
tin baU with Uwse, ml (terts." Fifiy-fotA aboia tave 
be<»oie ramnon, the eoach adds. 

Along with his Norfolk Academy team. Van Onr- 
aad has taken on the adited responsibility of coach- 



ing Uie Little Creek Lacrosse Club, a private club 
open to a^»e willing to shell out the cash needed 
for e^i^Hnent. 

"It's an expulsive game to play. Everybody buys 
their own equipment," the coach says, adding that - 
with Navy coc^ration - his club players can outfit 
themselves for anywhere from ISO to ISO. 

"Offensive players usually have to get shoulder 
p«ta, at least arm pads," says Lt. Cnldr. Bob Fegan, 
who btfan his playing days at the Naval Academy. 
"It a fuy puts out Out kind of money, then he wants 
to play. That's the way we feel." 

'It's just a lot of fun. I've never 
seen anything like the paternal 
spirit tiiat you have in lacrosse. 
The ^ing that frustrates me most 
is the complete drought of la- 
crosse you have in Vnis area.' 
- Noi^olk Academy lacrosse 
coach Tinsley Van Durand 



Both Van Dvand and Fegan are watching the game 
from the sidelines right now, Van Durand because 
he says he is too "out of shape" to play. Fegan is 
currently nursing a knee injury suffered in a re- 
cent practice. 

"Yon really need soneone to run the show," 
adds Van Durand. He doesn't rule out the possibil- 
ity of beii« a player-coach, but he stresses the 
Intricacies of lacrosse. "We run a double high- 
post (rffense. Your offense and defense are going to 
change with penalties, so you've ^ to be on your 
toes." 

Asked how they got the Norfolk Acaitemy mentor 
to take the craching job, Fegan laughs. "It wasn't 
too hard. We needed a coach and he was the ob- 
tious choice." 

Van Durand prepped at GUlman School in Balti- 
more, then went to Rando^-lfacon College where 
he and some friends organised the school's present 
intercollegiate lacrosse imigram. While working on 
his English masters at Old D(nninion he was offer-, 
ed a position at Norfolk Academy- Besiites teach- 

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he assists with the Academy's fcotball and basket*- 
ball programs. Lacrosse remains his passion. 

"Lacrosse is bis thing," rays Van Durand's wife, 
Linda. "He's from Baltbnore. They grow up with 
lacrosse sticks in their hands iq> there." Adds Mrs. 
Van Durand, "He really gets upset when he doesn't 
see anytting in the newspapers about it." 




Attention, armchair 
lacrosse enthusiasts! 



If the rough-house game 
of laenase appeals to your 
aesthetic senses, both Nor- 
folk Academy and the Lit- 
tle CreA .Lacrosse Clrt> 
|day fUl schedules 
thitwghoirt Uie months of 
i^rU and May. 

Norfidk Academy, lo- 
cated on Wesleyan Drive 
ott Norttampton Boulevard 
direeUy across tnm tte 
Lake Wrf^ Hotel, wiU 
^y Its next home lacrosse 
ganw A^ 15 ^dnst St. 
diristoiAer's Academy of 
HldHnoad. ^tftfew time is 
set tor 4 p.m. Notolk Aca- 
demy's final three home 
gamw of the season are: 
Itejr t, i^alnst Fork Union 
lUUyu? A(^emy; and May 
I, venus Hamixoa Roads 
Academy ol NewportNews. 
Botti nnes iie^ at iM 
p.n. On Hay 17, tte Bull- 



dogs play their final home 
malch of the year against 
top-rated Blue Ridge Aca- 
d«ny ot Lynchburg. Star- 
ting time is 2 p.m. 

The Little Creek La- 
crosse Club plays its home 
games at the lacrosse field 
off 6th St. at the Little 
Cre^ Amidiibious Base. 
April 18 wUl see LltUe 
CnA take oo visiting 
Hampton - Sydney, sche- 
(taded to begin at 8 p.m. 
On Hay 17, the Columbia 
Lacrosse Club will pay 
Vlrrinla Beach a visit. 
Saning time is sti for 
Sp.m. 

For those hardy smIs 
who have the time, money 
and desire to irilay, contact 
Bob Fegan at 444-5736 or 
Jim Cmirtney 444-3453 for 
ftuther Information. 




Van Durand exults with his Bulldog 
players after Norfolk Academy scored 
the go-ahead goal to tie the match 4-4 

Lack of sports publicity for the game is one of 
the coach's pet peeves. "The real shame is the news- 
papers, they bum me up," grumps Van Durand. 
"We've got four nationally ranked teams in Virginia 
iHit you'd never know it." 

Lack of enthusiasm is no problem for Van Durand 
at Norfolk Academy or with the Little Creek team. 
Fegan points out, however, that the maid problem 
has not been getting the people out there but "get- 
ting them to show iq>" for practice. 

^'fo a situation like ours ttere's no limit to the 
number of bodies we have," Fegan states. "The pro- 
blem is the pe(q)le who show up are the (mes with 
less experience." The 16-year Navy veteran adds that 
the squad had 40 candidates trying out for positions, 
and, he says, "we'll carry all of them." 

At Norfolk Academy, Van Durand has virtually the 
same job, meiiiim iriayers from tnexperieaced boys. 
Additionally, 18n^l^l)§1(d Struggles tinder the tAf- ' 
den of heavy graduation losses off last year's team. 

"I lost my whole mid-field," he mourns, but adds 
that this year's team is "decent" and has its bright 
qwts. Team co-c^>tains Bobby Reed and Ed Semmler- 



with 
half. 



minutes remaining in the second 



both Virginia Beach residents - spearhead the Bidl- 
dog attack. Semmler was leadii^ scorer on the 1974 
squad. ' 

"We'll never have great lacrosse here until they 
get it in the (public) schools," Van Durand predicts. 
But with soccer - a distant cousin to lacrosse- 
beginning to take hold in Virginia Beach elementary 
schools and junior highs, can the Indian sport of war 
club and fraUier-ball tie far behind? 

With professional box lacrosse catching on up north, 
the future at both sports on a scholastic, intercol- 
legiate and even community level looks good. Phys- 
ically, the game is limitii^. You must be strong, 
quick and in good shape, but age is really no factor. 
The prime prere<piisite, however, is entiiusiasm. 

Asked what the attraction was in a game that re- 
quires constant running, ccmtact, ment^ alertness 
and la^ muscle Itni'^jte taVe^-m^^fi *''^* 
and occasidnai abrasi(in's,'¥'^ai?yarai«:"*" 

"That's kind of bard to answer. But I think as long 
as I can hack, and beat oiH guys 10 years younger 
than I am, I'll continue to play.". 




Bulldog players (from leMto right) Bill the bench. v|J9irfolk Academy came from 

Irvin, Robert Kesler and Louis Maro- a two-goal deficit to tie the game, but 

metis alternately quench their thirst and ' Woodbury escaped with a 5-4 victory, 
shout encouragement to teammates from 

PA, Cox and Bayside post 
early season track triunnphs 



^rfolk AoKiemy lacrosse coach Tinsley 
Vm tXirwi instructs Bulldog attadonwi 
Ed Semmler during a timeMt of tieir 
^Auv^y CMito^ wi^ visttmg Wwdtory 



Forest Aca<temy. Serwnler was Norfolk 
Academy's leading scorer in '74, tMjt 
Woodbury came away witti ttie win, 5-4. 



Virginia B^ch oiditoor 
s^iad smother Booker T. 
Washingtcm, 97-31, on a 
school record jump by Jett 
Henry la the triple jump 
of 44-9 1/2. The mark 
broke Henry's oldpersoml 
record of 44 feet. Kirk 
Harrington boosted Kel- 
Um to wins in at least 
two other events, the high 
hurdles ami intermediate 
hurdles. Harrington ran the 
intermediates in a time ot 
42 sea»ds flat, good 
MO^h for first place, then 
completed the high hurdles 
in a time of 15 4, 

Other Kellam victories 
in indivUual events tn- 
cluM a 125-4 discus toss 
by Htrkftlawy, and first- 
place ttrtAes by the 
Knight's 8M relay and mile 
reby teams In the 880 



relay, Lavera Forbes, Jo- 
se^us Godfrey, AlvinHol- 
ley and Mar^ Dixon 
posted a winnii^ time of 
1:32.6. In the mile relay, 
Brian Conley, Godfrey, 
IMxon and llm Bright wm 
with a time of 3:32.7. 

On Harcb26,Coxjum|:«d 
all over Granby to post an 
85-46 win over the Comets, 
while Princess Anne de- 
feated Lake Taylor, 91-40, 
and Bayside ran over 
Kempsvllle by a 92-44 
score. 



Cox senior Herman 
Brockett paced the Falcons 
to their win over Granby 
by ct^ing first-place fi- 
nisiics in three events. In 
the long jump, Brockett 



went 20-6, then won the 
triple jump with a leap 
of 37-9. He rounded out 
his day by goihg 5-10 in 
the high jump competiticm. 
Chris Reich wtw the Ugh 
hurdles with a Umeot 17.1. 

Princess Anne's Jesse 
Williams {»ced the Cava- 
liers in their Harch 26 
meet with Lake Taylor by 
taking two first {daces in 
the 100-yard dash and the 
2» Williams won the 100 
with a Une itf 10.4, and 
finished in the 220 timrt 
at 23.5. 

PoweiM Bayside swe|rt 
Ktmisvllle off its feet in 
ttw &tatat mert ttf the 
smsm for thescteeU. Ike 
HtrliM MM V tte poUs 
m tm Brrt-^e«19BA- 
by White in te 100 and ^ 
events. White vm Oe 100 



with a run of 10.3, tten 
copped the 220 in a time 
of 24.1. Bayside's Steve 
Bisbing won the high hur- 
dles, finishing in 15.8, 
while teammate Jerry 
Hosley won the 440. He 
won with a run of 52.6. 



For Ken^vllle, senior 
Mike Crabtree finished 
first in tte high jump and 
broad jump. He won the 
former with a leap of 6-0, 
then weirt 20-7 1/^ in tte 
latter event. Miier aeve 
Sawyer packed two more 
wins away for Kemps - 
ville. Saw)nr ran tte mile 
evot in a Une of 4:31. 



In tte 880 te placed first 
with a time of 2:04.2. 



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\ A-6 - The Sun, April 2, 1975 



Marine's Bice lool^ing 
for all-service title 



"Some of the toughest come from Virginia," re- 
plied the 3S-year-old Marine who walked away from 
the 1975 All -Marine boxing championships March 
20th with the All-Marine heavyweight title. 

Staff Sergeant Sonny Bice took the title after de- 
feating Marine Irving Taylor by a decision in the 
1975 All Marine Championships held at Camp Le- 
jeune, N.C. Bice, a resident of Norfolk, was flown 
from Okinawa to represent his command in the com- 
petition. 

"It was a tbugh fight," said the rather short and 
stocky champion, "but my confidence and will power 
were up that night. " 

The sergeant's wife Jackie, a resident qf Richmond 
and mother of two, says, "It's a goal he's Jiad for 
a long time." 

"As far as I can remember my husband has had 
the desire to go to the top," she explained, ^and if 
be wasn't in the Marine Corps I believe that he'd 
be the heavyweight champion of the world." 

Bice, who takes his' boxing seriously, says be be- 
gan developing a strong interest in the sport while 
attending Norview High School. 

"Sure, I was interested in other sports," said Bice, 
"but there's nothing like getting in the rii« and 
knowing your win or loss depends strictly pn you. 
When it's over, regardless of whether you win or . 
lose, you still feel you've accomplished somethii^." 
Graduating from high school in 1958, Bice en- 
listed in the Marine Corps the same year. He found 
he didn't have as much time to box, so he ended his 
short period of service rather quickly in 1962. 
"Don't get me wrong," said Bice. "The Marine Corps 
is my way of life, but at the time 1 was y6ung and 
I wasn't sure of what 1 wanted. 1 did know I wanted 
to box." 

After choosing boxing over the Marines, Bice 
foi^ht in the Golden Gloves where he earned a heavy - 
weight title. After three years he made up his. mind 
and re-enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1965. He's 
been there ever since. 

"Even though I didn't want to give up my pro- 
fessional career as a boxer, I got married and I 
knew I'd have to give up something if I was to be 
a family man," explained Bice, "so with some in- 
fluence from my wi/e, I gave up my short-lived 

YMCA skating 
lessons offered 

Roller skating lessens 
are being offered by the 
Norfolk YMCA beginnii« 
Saturday and cotAinuing 
tkrangti Jane 7 at ae ~ 
PmH Skating Center «tt: 
Ferry Plantation Road. 

Classes will be held 
starting at 10:30 a.m. and 
ending at noon each Sa- 
turday for the nine-week 
period. Cost of registra- 
tion is |15 per person. 
For further infomaticm, 
contact the Norfolk YMCA 
at 622-6328. 



career to enlist in the Marine Corps." 

But, according to Jackie, that didn't end his boxing 
career; it only proloi^ed it. 

"Like I said, he wanted to go to the top," Mrs. 
Bice explained. "So he adjusted hiiQself to a Marine 
career with boxing as an alternate, and before 1 
knew it he was coming Some with boxing titles. 
On occasions he was even assigned as boxii^ coach 
at many duty stations, but boxing was then, and is 
now, only an off-and-on event. 

Even though Bice's boxing experience has been an 
off-and-on affair be accomplished what his wife feels 
is a goal, for he holds the heavyweight titles for 
(Mcinawa, International Far East, Western Pacific 
and now the All-Marine crown. 

The sergeant only extended his boxii% career, and 
he say's he's hanging up his gloves. But will he? 

Bice will be competing in the Interservice boxing 
heavyweight championships, set for Tuesday, 9 and 10 
in the Rickwell HaU gymnasium at the Little Creek 
Amphibious Base. Matches b^in at 7:30 each night. 






Cox's Tyree Brown eyes a Carl McDonald 
pitch during the late innings of the March 
25 Cox-FC baseball contest. Patriot cat- 



ttui pkoto Iqr Steve Biondo 



Cher Steve Swecker readies himself in 
front of umpire Harry Land. Brown got a 
base on balls. 



Knocks off Bayside, FC - 

PA off to surprising start 



Don van Benschoten's 
Princess Anne ttaseball 
nine have had thii^s their 
own way so far in the non- 
district season this spring, 
knocking off defending dis- 
trict champ Bayside and 
1975 contender First Co- 
lonial last week. 

Junior transfer Billy 
Capps pitched a no-hitter 
against the Patriots March 
24, striking out four FC 
batters en route to his 
first win of the season. 
As a sophomore last sea- 
son at Kellam, Capps fi- 
nished 5-2. FC'sMikeGur- 
ley was stuck with the early 
loss. 

Then March 25 the Ca- 
valiers struck again, dis- 
abling Bayside by a 2-1 
score in a game that went 
,11 innings. The pttetiing 



duel between PA's David 
Anderson -- another Kel- 
lam transfer — and Bay- 
side's Marty Moore finally 
ended on a wild throw by 
Marlin shortstop BwMy 
Miller that scored PA's 
Terry Sawyer. 

Anderson shut out the 
Marlins for four consecu- 
tive innings in relief, while 
Moore recorded 14 strike- 
outs, allowing the Cava- 
liers a single hit in se- 
ven innings. Bayside's Ar- 
tie Buecbe was stuck with 
the loss. , . 

The same day saw Coach 
Tom Fisher's Cox squad 
celebrate the brilliant 
spring weather with a 3-1 
decisis over Ted Pbelp's 
visiting First Colonial 
squad. 
Fal«m Janta' piteter 



Jack Ferrell gave up but 
one hit to the Patriots wliile 
his FC counterpart Carl 
McDonald surrendered two 
to Cox batters in the de- 
fensive rtmnle. Each 
team recorded foer errors 
in the contest. 

The Falcons eq>Ioded on 
those Patriot errors in the 
sixth inning, jampiBt on 
McDonald for all three of 
their runs fbr the after- 
noon. The junior FC iHir- 
ler is 0-1.* while Cox's 
Ferrell is 1-0. 

March 26 saw both Cox 
and First Coknlal again 
playing, the Falcons 
against Norfolk rival Mau- 
ry. But the Commodores 
unleashed a first inning 
flurry of runs that saw 
them take a quick 5-0 lead 
bcljre Cox had a cittnce 



to regain its composure. 
The Falc(His started a mo- 
dest rally in the fifth inning 
and again in the seventh, 
but three costly errors, 
prevented them from over- 
taking Maury. Senior Mark 
Hoc^es was stuck with the 
loss. 

Kellam met First Colo- 
nial March 26 and the Pa- 
triots recorded their first 
win of the season by a 2-1 
score over the young 
Knights. Despite eight hits 
and two Kellam errors, the 
Patriots were hard- 
pressed to total two weU- 
spaced runs in the contest. 
Gurley evened up his pit- 
ching record at 1-1 for 
First Colonial. Junior 
southpaw Jim Henley got 
»• tow tor iMltiN " 



»..iir'<<t-4«j>M 



Bice blocks a punch delivered by Irving 
Taylor during the All -Marine heavy- 
weight championship bout at Camp Le- 
jeune, N.C, March 20. Bice won tfie 
match on a decision. 



Rifle club has 'sight ing^in' day 



lb Mrs. B., 
it was more 
thana 
3-aIaniijob. 
ftwashome. 



roni rwUfiQ Mowai', 
Lawn Tractora and 
Lamm and Garden Tnicton 
sav*you«KMM 

Take advantage of the hard- 
working Fords. Wide selec- 
tion. Equipment for most 
every job. And at the right 
price. 

Five Unm and gardwi toac- 

tora-10 to 16 horsepower 
One lawn tractor— 7 horse- 
power. Three ridkig mo— ii 
—5 or 8 horsepower. 
than 60 altadanenls. 

Take your pick and get 
your Ford lawn and garden 
equipment working for you! 

Also see our Ford line of: 
■ Walk-t>ehind rotary tillers. 
rT>ush type and self- 
propelled rotary mowers 



VISIT OUR NEW 

LAWN Si 

GARDEN 

DEPARTMENT 



The Virginia Beach Rifle 
and Pistol Club is spon- 
soring a sighting-ip day 
AprU 12 and 13 at the 

Last year, in addition to givii^ emei^ency care to almost 
a quarter million Americans, we hdped over 30 thousand 
families replace their households again— househdds lost 
throi^h flood, fire, and other disaster. Housdiolds like 
Mrs.Bl 

SotiKtimes we help by locating a new home. Or evtn 
buying the household necessities that families so desper- 
ately need when they find themselves with nothing. 

Hardly anybody thinks about what hell do in a disaster 
-until it hits home. 

That's why we think it% so important that wd* always 
thinking about it. 

Every yeaii you know, Red Ooss touches the lives 
of millions upon niillionsof Americans. Rich. Poor. Average. 
Black. White. Christian and Jew. With support. With 
comfort. With a helping hand when they need it. 

So when you open your heart, with your time w your 
money, vou can be certain it^ in the right place. 



club's rifle range in Puago 
to assist arM sportsdien 
in properly adjusting their 
firearm's sigtits. 

He senriee is part of a 
nation-wide effort on the 
part of the Natii»al Rifle 
Association to promote pu- 
-blic interest in goi safety. 

Cltd) members will beoo 



hand at the range from 10 
a.m. to 5 p.m. .4^1 12and 
from 12 p.m. to S p.m. 
April 13 to provide sighting 
in assistance. Detailed in- 
fomatioa on sighting - 
teckniqim and firim points 
for zeroiaf in will be a- 
vallable at tbe range. Skw- 



ters are re<piested to have 
all firearms unloaded with 
actions open when entering 
tbe range area. 

The club range is ad- 
jacent to tbe Pungo Fair 
Grounds. A d<mation of $2 
per rifle to defray rai^e 
« eqwoses will be requested. 



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Tournament will be April 
19 and 20 at Princess Anne 
Park) on PriiM:ess Anne 
Road. 

The tourney, eipected to 
iiKlode competition among 
as many as 36 city softball 



sqaids, will be douUe eli- 
mination. Teams will com- 
pete in either the open di- 
vision or Class B com- 
petition. 

For further information, 
contact tournament direc- 
tor Tom Beck at 427-1279, 
or Jim Brown at 486-3430. 




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Virginia Beacli Seatiawlis retain 



Sports Record | QHy gymnast ics ti tie 



Results 



f BMtball 

4 Ikrcfc24 
::^ Princess Anae 3, First Colonial 

IbrekSS 

'<: Princess Anse 2, Bayside I 
•:• Cox 3, First Colonial 1 

llareii» 

ibiiry I, Coi 4 

First Cohnial 2, KeUam 1 

I Tr«* 

Mar A H 

g: Kellam 97, Booker T. Washington 38 

Itorck M 
$: Coi 85, GraiAy 46 
;$ Princess Ame 91, Lalce Taylor 40 
:x Bayside 92, KempsviUe 44 

% T«mii8 

:•: Marek 25 

>:; Bayside 8, Norfolk Catholic 1 

y. Marek U ^ 

:; Princess Anne 9, tadisfllrtUver 






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Golf i 

March XS 

Princess Anne 315, Churchland 330, Norfolk Col- 5 

legiate 374 >: 

Noriolk Catholic 318, Bayside 336 $ 



Girl's Gymnastics 

Marcii86 

Virginia Beach Junior 137, Independence lonior 113 
KempsviUe Junior 102, Lynnhaven Junior 97 
Bayside Junior met at Plaza Junior but score was 
unavailable at press time. 

GM's Tennis 

March II 

Bajlside 6, Princess Anne 6 



The Virginia Beach Junior High's 
girl's gymnastics team, tutored by first - 
year coach Dede Motley, claimed their 
second cwisecutive city gymnastics 
crown March 26 by defeatir^ Indepen- 
dence Junior 137 to 113. 

Seahawk 9th grader Teresa Karnit- 
schnig paced her team to ite sixft win 
of the season by taking live first-place 
finishes and two secoiuj-place finishes in 
compulsory and optional routir^s. 

The Seahav^s came into the contest -- 
their last of the season -- witti a perfect 
5-0 record and carrying an 11-0 record 
over the past two years. Coach Gayle 
Blue's Independence squad, which fi- 
nished 1^ its season today against Plaza 
.kmior, had previously not lost in four 
gymnastics meets this season. 

Virginia Beach Junior had clean 
sweeps in the optiimal bars and com- 
pulsory vMilting events. Lorraine Kni^}p 
took first-place in the former w^ile 
Karnitschnig finished first in the latter 
event. 

Compulsory beam competition, as well 
as bars, floor exercise and vaulting, 
all 9»N Karnitschnig in the winner's cir- 
cle. Sie also earned a first-place finish 
for her c^ional beam routine. 

In optional vaulting, Knapp, a 9th gra- 
der, copped first, followed by teammate 
Karnitschnig and Independence's Carol 
Belcher. On the optional beam, the Ea- 



gles placed two girls, Maura Calian and 
Monica Springer, in the second and third 
spots. 

In the optional uneven parallel bars 
competition, Virginia Beach's Cathy 
Hassler completed the Se^ai(vk«'s sweep 
of that event with a third-place finish. The 
final event of the meet, optiwi floor exer- 
cise, saw Independence's Vicki Anglin, 
take first, it was tfie only first-place 
finish Coach Blue's team recorded inthe 
afternoon. > 



While most of Coach Motley's team 
this season are 9th graders and will be 
attending First Colonial next year, she is 
confident ttiat 1976 will see another 
strong Virginia Beach Junior squad in 
contention for its third straight city 
title. "Our chances look very good," 
says Coach Motley, noting that her roster 
carries a number of promising 7th and 
8th grade girls. "We should be unde- 
feated next year." . 



Miss Motley, who admits that she had 
"never seen a whole meet" before tak- 
ing the coaching position this year, is 
equally hopeful that junior high girl's 
gymnastics will expand past its regular 
season program. "We're going togetthe 
coaches together for a meeting the se- 
cond week in April," she s^, so that 
plans for a post-season city -wide tourna- 
ment may be discussed. 




Hun photos by bteve liipndo 



Virginia Beach Junior's Tammy Arring- 
ton performs her optional routine on the 
balance beam during the March 26 meet 
with Independence. The Seahawk 8th gra* 
der did not place in the beam compe- 
tition. 



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Sciiedules 

Baseball 

Toitay 

Bayside at Kellam 

Thorsday 

KempsviUe at Princess Anne 

Friday 

Lake Taylor at Bayside 

KempsviUe at First Colonial 

Cox at Princess Anne 

Satarday 

^Sd^^^aWii 

Independence Junior at Princess Anne Junior 
KempsviUe Junior at Plaza Junior 
Taesday 

Norfolk Catholic at Bayside 
KempsviUe at Booker T W^sUngiton 
First Colonial at Granby 
Cox at Kellam 
Norview at Princess Anne 

Golf 

Tinrs4ay 

Bajrside, Cox, Princess Anne and Ndrview at Bed 

Wlig 

Graiiby, Lake Taylor, KempsviUe and Booker T. 

Washinftoo at Sumpy Lake 

First Colonial, Uaury and Kellam at Ocean View 



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Boy's Tennis 

T«by 

Uaury at Bayside 

Booker T. Washii«ton at First Colonial 

Cox at KemisviUe 

Norview at Kellam 

Gra^y at Princess Anne 

Friday 

First ColoBlal at Cox 

Nowiew at KempsviUe 

Gruby at Kellam 

Priocess Anne at Lake Taylor 

Twsdiy 

Uaury at Cox 

First Colonial at Norview 

Kem|»ville at Granby 

Kellam at Lake Taylor 

Bayside at ftioker T. Washington 

GIri's Tennis 

Today 

Bayside at KempsviUe 

KeUam at Princess Anne 

First Cobwial at Cox 

Friiter 

Kellam at Bayside 

Kem|»viUe at First Colmiial 

Cia at Princess Aane 

Tuiidii 

First Colonial at Bayside 

Cox at Kellam 

KemiffivlUe at Princess Anne 



Track 

ToAy 

. J>la£a Junior at KempsviUe Junior 
Lynnhaven Junior at Bayside Junior 
Virginia Beach Junior at Princess Anne Junior 
Fri^y and Saturday 
Colonial Relays at WilUamsburf 

GIri's Tra<* 

Totoy 

Bayside at KempsviUe 
Kellam at Princess Anne 
Cox at First Colonial 

Girl's Gymnastics 

Today 

Bayside Junior at Lynrtaven Junior 
Plaza Junior at Iniependence Junior 
PrtMess kme Junior at KempsviUe Junior 



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Boy's Gymnastics 

Totty 

KeUan at Ktn^villa 

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Sait water 
fishing tourney 
to open May 1 



When the ISth Annual 
Virginia Salt Water Fish- 
taig Toumaineif opeas May 
1, U wiU take a bavier 
fish to earn a citation in at 
least two of the contest's 
22 classes. There will also 
tie one cba^e in tte Ust 
of el^ible qiecies. 

A marked increase in the 
number of citatiM<-stie 
speckled trout and turtog 
IMS raised ttie niaimiun 
weigM reqalred to earn a 
tonraaffient citation. Mini- 
mum citation weigM for 
speckled trout has been 
raised from 4 to 5 poinds, 
and for tautog from 6 to 
9powids. 

Of the 4,260 citations 
awanied in the 1974 tour- 
nament, better than 25 per 
cent were for tautog weigh- 
ing 6 or more potmds, near- 
ly double the numl>er of 
citation-size tautog taken 
in 1969. 



The increase in large 
speckled trout has been no 
less amazing In 1972 360 
citation-aized speckled 
trout were nab()ed by Tide- 
water anglers, whUe 434 
were taken in 1973 and 
433 just last year. 

SaUfish, wee rare on 
tte Virginia coast, are be- 
i^ caught at the rate of 
10 to 20 each year. The 
minimum citation-size for 
sailfish has tteen raised 
to 30 pounds. The state 
record for sailfish is 63 
pounds. 

One secies removed 
from the eligible Ust was 
whiting, a fish that had 
replaced croaker on the 
list in 1971. But that year 
nine whiti^ were nabbed 
over tte two-pound mini- 

rntim atwl fliA nuCTiKot* hac 

been on a steady decrease 
ever since. Three were 
taken last season. 



Aii in aU, four species 
have been drqi^ied from 
Uie eligible list since the 
tournament was instituted 
19S8. They include whiting, 
poi^, crt^er and white 
perch. 

The tournament, spon- 
sored by the state of Vir- 
ginia, will continue untU 
Nov. 30. Citations are a- 
warded for Hsh taken above 
the minimum weight set in 
18 of the 22 classes. Blue 
and white marlin, saUHsh 
and tarpon are worth a 
citation to the angler re- 
^rdless of size. 



There is no tournament 
entry fee. Fishermen may 
weigh their catches at any 
of the more than 100 weigh- 
ing stations located 
throughout Tidewater. 




Teresa Karnitschnig performs on beam. 
The Seahawk 9th grader garnered five 
first-places and two second-places in the 



March 2S rneet with Independence. Vir- 
ginia Beach Junior thus took ttie city 
girl's gymnastics crown. 



Baseball skills classes set 



Instruction programs for 
boys aged 6 to 11 in l»se- 
ball dills WiU be offered 
b^B^ S^urday by the 
Korfitt YMCA. 

Tlie eight -week Instruc- 
Uonal prc^rams will cover 
the teaching of basic t»se- 
taU skiUs, includii^ bat-' 
ting, catching, throwing and 
fieldtng and wUl be taught 
at three locations in Vir- 
ginia Beach and Norfolk. 
FieUs at Princess Anne 
Hiufc gehnni KempsviUe 
EtemMtery anl Granby 
HIgli &lnrt win be ^ed 
for the programs. 



Boys in 2nd and 3rd 
grades will be taught soft- 
t>aU skiUs, while older boys 
— those in 4th, 5th and 6th 
grade — will be taught 
hardbaU. Softtnll sessions 
last for one hour beginning 
at 9:30 a.m. HardbaU les- 
sons begin at 10:30 a.m. 
at the above sites. 
' Boys attending should 
provide their own gloves. 
Cleated shoes are not al- 
lowed. TTie YMCA wUl pro- 
vide all other equipment. 
Cost of the e^ht- week pro- 
gram is $8 l)er Mitry. For 



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To contain epidemic 

Beach in pilot 
VD program 



Virginia Beacb is part of a frilot program 
to stamp out gonorrhea, a venereal disease 
(VD) which has approached epidemic pro- 
portions in the city. The target is the source 
of the disease --the contact. 

While reported cases el gonorrhea doulded 
in Virginia Beach during the last six months 
of 1974 compared to the first half of the year 
from 226 to 406 cases, officials in the ve- 
nereal disease program devised PROTECT, 
a program in which individuals who have 
contracted the disease are asked to alert 
their sexual partners that they have been 
exposed to the virrs. 




Dick Graham, VD program supervisor for 
an area including Virginia Beach, Chesa- 
peake, North Hampton and Accomack, is one 
of two investigators wIk> interview contacts 
for the Health Department from the North 
Carolina border to Maryland. 

The Health Department has managed to 
control syphilis, which has an incut»tion per- 
iod up to 90 days, but Graham said it is 
impossible to keep vp with the spread of 
gonorrhea. __, 

He explained that a person can pass the 
gonorrhea to a sexual partner three days 
after c o n tract ing the disease, and by the 
time a contact investigation can be made, it 
is too late to stop the spread of the virus. 

Instead, the VD program has asked phy- 
sicians to siqipty gonorrhea pattests wtUi the 
PROTECT brochure, which iBclndes two 
cards the patient is asked to gtve to his last 
two partners. 

Doctors are asked to treat an indivldnal 
holding a card for gooorrh^ immediately - 
without waiting for results of VD tests - to 
prevent further spread of the disease. 

PROTECT, a double acronym, stands for 
Phvsician Referral Option to Encourage Con- 



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tact Treatment, and for the patient it serves 
as a slogan. Please Remember Others Tell 
Each Contact Today. 

If the program works the way Graham 
hopes it will, PROTECT will expedite treat- 
ment of gonorrhea aad lag time between 
contraction of the disease and treatment 
will be shortened. 

Graham emphasized the need for early 
treatment of gcmorrhea, and be said that 
one of the reasons it spreads so rapidly 
is that individuals who contract the disease 
don't consider it a serious medical problem. 

Although gonorrhea can be cured easily 
. if it is treated in the early stages, symp- 
toms are difficult for women to detect, and 
some men may also have the disease with- 
out knowing it. 

Graham said the VD program is encou- 
raging doctors to Include gonorrhea cultures 
as a part of routine medical check-ups for 
women of child-bearing age. 

Without treatmrat, gonorrhea can cyise 
sterility, arttrttis, a pelvic inflammatory di- 
sease which could require surgery, and in- 
fection and blindness in babies who are ex- 
posed to the disease at birth. 

Graham estimated that the Health Depart- 
ment treats only IS per cent of VD cases 
at its three Tidewater clinics, while the re- 
maining 85 per cent of persons treated for 
VD go to their private doctors. 

Although it is required by law, not all 
doctors report cases they treat to the Health 
Department, Graham said. 

"But the more cases that are reported 
and tabulated," he added, "the more funds 
will be available for research and treatment. " 

Graham said most doctors have co<^rated 
with the VD program, and be hcqies they will 
encourage tbdr VD patients to participate 
in PROTECT. 

"We're interested in reaching incubating 
gononliea," be said, in an effort to stuff it 
out "before.it becomes a case." 

'"•■"■•^ ■Haicu t^itrrates a waix-m tv 
Clinic Tuesday momii^ at 19th Street and "^ 
Arctic Avenne. BecauM of staff limitations, 
Graham said gomrrhea patients interviewed 
in an e^ot to raudi eiMtarts. 

He s«id Vii^inia Beach could use a full- 
time clinic, and added that the present <:linic 
will tr«it from 25 to 30 persons daring the 
single raondng it is open. 

There is no ^ma to the VD clinic, 
Graham added, because it is used as a center 
for family planning, immunization and other 
tests. 



The search is on for a bevy of seven princesses 
win will surround King Nqitune H dnrii^ the 10- 
day Neptune Festival Sept. 26 to Oct. 5, but can- 
didates have only two more days to apply. 

Application blanks for would-be princesses are 
available in the principals' offices of seven Virginia 
Beach high schools, including Cox, Kellam, Princess 
Anne, First Colonial, Kempsville, Bayside and Tide- 
water Christian. 

Willa Duffield, deputy aide for , youth events at the 
festival, said candidates must be juniors and plan to 
graduate in 1976: A{q>licants must be Beach resients 
in 1975-76 and maintain a "C average or better 
in school. 

Because one of the seven princesses wUl re- 
ceive a $1,000 scholarship in January, entrants 
should plan to continue their education. 

The application asks candidates why they want 
to be members of Neptune's court, and on April 
14, the festival organizers will announce the names 
of 21 semi-finalists, according to festival executive 
director Frankie Abourjilie. Three semi -finalists 
will be selected from each of the seven schools. 

Judges, including Mildred Alexander, Vicky Randall, 
owner of Victoria Randall Modeling and Career Aca- 
demy; King Neptune I, James Sadler; Chaml>er Pres- 
ident James Tletcber and Del. Don Rhodes (D- 
Vii^inia Beach), will select the seven princesses 
foUowii^ private interviews with the semi-finalists. 

The wimiers will be introduced at a teen fashion 
show scheduled in mid-May. 

Princesses will receive a festival wardrobe. In 
addition, the Randall Academy will award two scholar- 
ships of $600 and $300, and the princess who is voted 
most congenial by members of the court will re- 
ceive a gift certificate from Willner's Fashion Stores. 

The judges will evaluate the scholastic achieve- 
ments and community service activities of the prin- 
cesses before selecting the scholarship recipient. 



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Richard Pomnitz, 13, checks out a 

«bicycle for his siter Theresa Pomnitz, 

15, before the Youth Tidewater Asso- 

cUUon tor ReUrded Citizens (TARC) 

Bike Hike 1 p.m. Sunday. 

The youth group has organized the ftod 
raUer to help relieve TARC's $250,000 
Jeflcit. Bicyclists will peddle from Mili- 
Ury Circle to Kellam High School to 
raise money from sponsors who pledge 
to donate money for each mile of the' 
hike. 

The Pomnitz youftgsters, children of 
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Pomnitz of 237 Dil- 
lon Drive, Virginia Beach, are among 20 
Virginia Beach members of Youth TARC. 
Bike'Hike coordinator Audrey Frizzel said 
the project still needs volunteer help to 
man refreshment stands and the Bike -Hil^e 
check points. 

Individuals can volunteer by calling her 
at 853-1958 or 855-3083. In case of rain, 
the Bike Hike will be rescheduled April 
13. 



Sanitarian asl<s 
disability benef ts 



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Y.W.C. A. registration onl 



Virginia Beach's chief 
sanitarian and a city em- 
ploye tor 27 years is ap- 
paling to the State Re- 
UremeDt BMird to receive 
disaUlity retirement in the 
face of dismissal action. 

Matthew J. Owens, re- 
ceoUy was dismissed from 
liU post a£ cUef sanita- 
irlan, lint actions against 
him are being held in Um- 
bo while the state waits 
for the results of the re- 
tirement hearing. 

According to the sani- 
tarian's lawyer, Nathaniel 
J. Cohen, his client has 
applied for medical disa- 
bility retirement t)ecause 
be has been unable to per- 
form duties. The attorney 
charged that harassment on 
the job caused nervousness 
which interfered with the 
sanitarian's performance. 

dwens has i>eeo on sick 
leave since Noveml>er. He 
had been criticized by the 
health department officials 
for aH>roval of inappn^- 
riate septic tank lots, for 



atiending City Council 
meetings and contacting 
councilmen personally op- 
posing direct orders from 
Dr. Samuel A. Graham Jr.,^ 
director of local services 
for the State HealUi De- 
partment, and for incom- 
petant performance in a 
lake poUttUoB study. 



;:•: Registration is now op- 
:■:• en for a nural>er of spri^ 
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repairs and golf are among 
those being offered by the 
organization to interested 
Tidewater women. 

R^istraUon for the 
c lass e s, which tegi»atdif- 



ferent times thrnii|ll Mm 
month of April, may be by 



mail or in person at ttie 
YWCA office. Fees for Uie 
classes range from $6 to 
$20, according to the type 
of sq>pUes each requires. 
For fortber inforaatiOD, 
contact Uie YWCA at 497- 
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Cox High Schoul biology classes of Robert 
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of each. 

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teaching program, the two instructors 
have created a classroom atmosphere 
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the intricacies of biology. ^ 

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FOR THE FUTURE 



CmZEN'S COALITIOM 

The Tidewater Citizen's 
Coalitibn irtll meet at 7:30 
tm^ at the Virginia 
Beach Federal Savings and 
Loan Buildii^ in Aragona 
^W)ing Center. The 
. grtNip will elect and in- 

• stall new officers, and 
members will also report 
on "Campaipi Vepco." 

^ BRASS ENSEMBLE 

; The Old Oomimoo Un- 
; itersity (ODU) Brass En- 
> semble will present the 
; program for its annual 
'> ^ring concert at 8 tonight 
; 'iat the Bajtlake United Me- 
; Ihodist Church, 4300 Shore 

• ;* Ih-ive, Virginia Beach. The 
^ C |H-ogram is open to the 
I pdtllc free of charge. The 

• ensemble will also per- 
; form at 8:15 p.m. Fri- 
; .'•(toy in ODU's Technology 
? Theater. 

HEOICAL SOCIETY 
: AUnUART 

The Women's Auxiliary 
; to the Medical Society of 
Virginia Beach will pre- 
sent its annual spring fa- 
shion luncheon 11 a.m. 
Thursday at The Ocean's 
Club, 4004 Ocean Front, 
Virginia Beach. There will 
be valet parking. 



Proceeds from the show, 
with fashions by La Vogue, 
will be donted to the med- 
ical eitecattoB and re- 
search 'fomtetioe of the 
society. Lunckeon chair- 
man is Hary Morris, as- 
sisted by Mary Moshf . ^- 
Ivia Gray is ticket cittir- 
man, aixl Terry Decker is 
fashim coordinator. Riy- 
sicians' wives will serve 
as models. 

-GOOSPELL- 

The Norfolk CathoUc 
High School Drama Club 
will iiresent "Godspell" 
Friday, Saturday and Sun- 
day at 8 p.m. in the Nor- 
folk Catholic High School 
Auditorium. 

Tickets may be <A^in- 
ed at Norfolk CattuUc High 
School or may bepurchas- 
ed at the door. Admission 
is $2.50 for adults and 
$1.50 fbr students. 

RUSSIAN POET 

Joseph Brodsky, a Rus- 
sian poet in exile, will read 
selet^ions frxMn his works 
it 8 p.m., Friday in Old 
Dominion University's (O 
DU) Arts and Letters Au- 
ditorinm. The program is 
open to the pri>lic wittmrt 
charge. Brodsky wiU rend 
Us selecttms in Rossiu, 
and Dr. Ge<age L. Kline, 
jattfessor ei pUlosoplqr at 
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CLEAN SWEEP WEEK 

T&e CmmeU of Garden 
Clid>s of Virginia Beach 
is sponsorlRf Clean Sweep 
Week throi«h Satunbiyand 
is soliciting the aid of area 
clubs and organizations to 
cocqierate in this cleaa-up 
effbrt. Anyone conducting a 
major trash cleanup can 
contact the Sanitation De- 
partment at 427-4201 and 
request special collection. 
The McDonald's restaur- 
ants also are offering their 
"Litter Gltter", a moving 
vehicle for the collection 
of trash. Persons or clul>s 
desiring to participate in 
an organized cleanup may 
contact Martha Tompkins, 
anti-litter chairman at 
464-6668. 

RIVERTON GARDEN 
CLUB 

Riverton Garden Club 
will sponsor a garage sale 
Saturday at 600 Gardaman 
Court, Virginia Beach. 

UtOOKWOOD CARNIVAL 

"The Good Old Days" 
will be the theme of the 
Brookwood Elementary 
School Carnival from 10 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 
at the school, 601 S. Lynn- 
haven R(Md. The project, 
irtich will include 23 
booths, puppet shows and 
rides, will be spcmsored 
by the Brookwood PTA. 

ROLLER aCATING 

The Norfolk YMCA wiU 
offer roller skating and 
q)eed skating lessons at 
Hiygoad bating Center in 
Virginia Beach starting 
Satarday. Lessons will be 

^keld from 10i30 a.m. to 
12 noon Saturdays throi^h 
June 7. For more infor- 
mation about the class, 
<eontaet tti»' YMCA a(,622- 

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BASEBALL PROGRAM 

The Norfolk YMCA wiU 
conduct t>aset>all skill in- 
struction for Iwys from 
2iKl throt^h 6tb grades 
Saturday at Princess Anne 
Hi^ School and Kemps- 
irtlle Elementary School 
HeUs. Youngsters will be 
tam^ fundamental skills, 
inclwttag batting, catch- 
ing, throwing and fielding. 

Boys in second and third 
grades will be taught soft- 
baU from 9:30 to 10:30 
a.Di., while tte older boys 
wOl receive tiasrtiall in- 
straction from 10:30 to 
11:30 a.m. Boys should 
bring their own gloves, and 
cleated shoes are pro- 
UUted. Fee is $8. To re- 
gister, caU the YMCA at 
622-632S. 

TARC BKE-HDCE 

The Tidewater Associa- 
tioo lor Retarded Citizen's 
youth groq> is sptmsoring 
a Bite-Hike from Military 
Circle to Kellam High 
School starting 1 p.m. Sun- 
day. Bicyclists will ask q>- 
onsors to donate contribu- 
tions to TARC for each 
mile they peddle. 
BOY'S CHOIR TRY-OOT 

The 32-voice Virginia 
Wesleyan College Choir 
will conduct a concert Sun- 
day at Thalia Trinity Pre- 
sbyterian Church, 420 Th- 
alia Road, Virginia Beach. 
Concert time will be an- 
nounced. 

tec DEDICA-nON 

Gov. Mills Godwin Jr. 
will be guest speaker at 
the dedication of Tidewater 
Community College's 
Beach campus Sunday at 
2 p.m. The dedication is 
qien to the public, and 
visitors will be permitted 
to tour the four -building 
complex at Princess Anne 
Road in Green Run, fol- 
lowing the ceremony. Re- 
freshments will be served. 




PLANETARIUM 



"S|»ce Accomplish- 
ments" is the program tor 
showings at Uie Virginia 
Beach Planetarium 7 p.m. 
Sunday and Tuesday. The 
plane^rium is located in 
Plaza Junior High School, 
3W0 S. Lynnhav«i Road. 
For reservations, call ttie 
schoolat4«6-19?l. Child- 
ren under 12 years should 
be accompa^ed by an ad- 
ult. 

wSCA-nilG PARTY 



The Plau Junior High 
Band Parents will qM»- 
sor a skating party at H- 
aza Roller Rink from 7 
to 9:30 p.m. Monday. The 
party is open to tte pub- 
lic. 

MAIffiK^LS aUCESS 

The KempsVille tUfh 
School Madrigals Singers 
will perform at the 7:30 
p.m. Monday meeting of 
the American Association 
of Retired Persons.Iadian 
River Chapter 1137. "fhe 
meeting will be held at 
the Christian Church Un- 
iting, 6049 Indian River 
Road, Virginia Beach. 
Perscms over 55 years are 
el^ble to join tlw lasu- 
ization. 

LEAGUE OF WOMEH 
VOTERS 

The League of Women 
Voters of Norfblk - Virgin- 
ia Beach will sponsor a 
day-long trip toWashing- 
Um D. C. to meet repre- 
soitatives of the area and 
the two Virginia senators 
Tuesday For farther infor- 
mation call 497-8504 or 
623-2805. 



SEX CRIHE PRbOU 

Sex crimes will be the 
toiMC at the Yininia Beach 

aninlMft'^ilii^i i-M _ 
p.m. Tuesday in the Coun- 
cil Chambers in the Ad- 
ministration Building In 
the Virginia Beach Mnni- 
cipal Center. 

WHISTLE CAMPAXai 

The Virginia Beach Jon- 
ior Woman's CM> is sel- 
ling police whistles as a 
part of its "Blow Uie Wh- 
istle on Crime Week" 
which runs throogh Tues- 
day. 

WhisUes, which can be 
used to ward off an at- 
tacker, summon help or 
call attenUoi to a crime 
being committed, are 
available for $1 at bran- 
ches of the United Vir- 
ginia Bank, Hang U|s Cl- 
othes in the ^mpsvUle 
Sbopiang Center, Midas 
T(Mich in Princess Anne 
Square and at House of 
Pizza, 1073 Indqiendence 
Blvd. 

(to Saturday, Tel*- 
istles will be on sale from 
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the 
A A P Food Store, Las- 
kin Road; Roses at HiU- 
top North, Kings in Lon- 
don Brieve, Woolo) on Vir- 
ginia Beach Bouldvard, 
Princess Anne Plaza and 
the Safeway at PembnAe 
Meadows Sh(^)|dng Cen- 
ter. The whistles also will 
be sold at Pembroke Mall 
April 10 and 11. 

FENCDfC CLASS 

The Norfolk YMCA is 
sponsoring fencing class- 
es for b^inners and ad- 
vanced students at 6:45 
and 7:45 p.m. April 9 at 
the YMCA, 312 West Bute 
St. The 10-lesson series 
is open to men and wom- 
m 16 years or older. Re- 
^er by calling the YMCA 
at 022-6328. 

PASTY AIDE COURSE 

The YWCA and the Vir- 
ginia Extension Pontectaic 
Institute service are co- 
six>nsorii« course, "l^rty 



AJdn". In the series of 
foar classes wmnen over 
It yaan ite are inter- 
Mtad ta tralalag to work 
as host^a h^ers will be 
taagitt sa<* 0^ tt tMe 
s^&a(s and serviig ror 
small diuers, large buf- 
fed UKiMcktaO parties, 
attn^vc tray arrange- 
mats, aae el Utcha ^h 
pUaa^a Hd kitchen eloa- 
9 wUl also be iacloded. 
Ike YWCA will assist 
those wbo «>aipl^e the 
ooarae satisfactorily in 
ttattag idacemrats fbr pa- 
rty work. 

Ttere is ao charge for 
the aarlea bat litferested 
pwaoBS are requested to 
ri^rter. 

The classes wiU be at 
YWCA Headqnrters, 444S 
Viifitfa Beach Kid. oa 
A|«^9. 14, 16, aad 21 
from 10 a.m. to 12 nooa. 



CW»S CONCERT 



Aaditioas for a YMCA 
Boys Okovs will be held 
at the Iforiolk YMCA, 312 
West Bi^ ». April 11 
between 3 and 5 p.m. Any 
bof ia gradM tair to six 
may aadittoa. 

Dlraetor of the YMCA 
Btqrs a»r«s is Robert Mu- 
lder, a professMr at Cho- 
•aa College with IS years 
asperlBiaoe as direetmr <a 
masie at Baptiat OmrdMS. 
Tba Choras vUl slag at 
taettoas in Tidewatn- and 
loqr travel to nearby 
areas. For additi(»al ia- 
tormatioa call the YMCA 
at 622-6328. 

ODOCBCHR 

The (M DmniaioB Uni- 
versity ODU Concert Ch- 
(Ar, WMter the directiaa 
of J ohn J.D av^.as aodate 
profosaor of nasle inKU, 
will present aiKVgnaiaf 
dboni Basic as part ot 
its Spring Concert Series 




BEAUTY 

BEGINS 

HERE 




Vivian Bridgeman 
Formerly at 
Mr. Lucky 



Nancy L^no 
Formerly with; 
Models A Pagents 

Jo 's Styles Of Beauty 

1806 B. Hayward Ave 
College Park Area ^20-9236 MillUry A Prof^^ 



:httrdb, 
Driw, Virginia Beadi, oa 
April 11. The concert will 
befin at 8:15 p.m. and is 
open to tte pd>lic without 
<^arga. 

UFLECLUB 

Tte Virginia Baadi Ri- 
fle Pistol Clab will eoa- 
dnet a sf^Mng-ia day fn- 
hnnters aad lAoatoa at 
its Pago shooUag range 
April 12 &xNa 10 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. and April 13 from 
12 noon to 5 p.m, Clnb 
memtera will telp Beach 
hmters nmperiy s^-ia 
their rifles. A doaatin 
(rf $1 will te reqwiAed. 



MAiaC CLASS 

A aaglc dass teacUag 
Magteiaa CteekCooUia 
will coadad a aiaglc class 
at tte YMCA startiflg April 
12 tt 10 a.ai. Youngsters 
• years ad ap amy re- 
gister at tte YMCA by cal- 
ling 622-6328. 

cHQiEn AmrnoH 

The Norfdk Chapter of 
Women's American ORT 
will teld a cUaese anc- 
ti(» at Lake Taylw Sen- 
ior High School AprU 12, 
at 8 p.m. A nominal cha- 
rge of 50 cents will te 
collected at the door. 

DISABLED VETERAaS 

Margaret Keister, pre- 
MaA irf Motdlity on Wh- 
eels, will te go^ spMk- 
er at tte AprU IS iMet- 
lag ctf tte I»nUed Ab- 
ericaas Veleraas,Viifini- 
r BO/^. Tte aMsHac *U1 
te held at tte Vinlda Fe- 
deral SaTia^aadloaafti- 
Udiag ia Anfoaa aup^Bg 
Center. 



nANO RECITAL 

Tte Viraiala W^leyan 
College " Concert Series 
will iH«Mat a redlal by 
^anist Pnvda akoraki on 
April 15 at 8 p.ai. in tte 
college's sdMceaadltor- 
iam. Tte first red|ri^ <rf 
tte Youi« Virgtda Art- 
ist Award in 19^, Ittss 
Sikorski has perforaed 
througboirt Virginia as a 
sotoist aai Witt tte Fel- 
dmanOttrtd. 

The recital is aom to 
tte iMdriic at ao mrge. 

smoaKmoi. 

Tte Viiflda Air Pol- 
lution Ccmtrol B<»rd will 
comtact a smtAe sckx>l 
April 15, 16, and 17 at 
tte Virglnin Ti-oekandOr- 
namertnl Res»rch Nation 



to qualify imliyiduals in 
plume reading. Graduates 
will te able to determine 
U a smdi:estack is vio- 
lating polaotioa standards. 
Fee for tte course is $10 
and interested persons 
shottkl register by April 
14 at tte ^ate Air Pol- 
lution C(»trol Board, Suite 
610, Pembndce I, Virgin- 
ia B^cb. 



FOR THE RECORH 



VEPCO RALLY 

Aragona Village spon- 
sored a kick off rally at 
tte Aragma Recreation 
Center Mmdny. Cecily 
MaedonaU tte Tidewater 
aren co-ordinator for the 
CoBsamers Congress, de- 
scribed Campaign Vepco 
and what it can mean to 
tte CQBsnmer. The rally 
laaached a door to door 
tnadraising drive in the 
Angoaa Village area to 
send witnesses to the Ve- 
pco rate increase hearing 
oa behUf of you the resi- 
dential and small general 
senrira user. 

FRIENDS OF 
ASTROMXSY 

Eileen Cfaristianson was 
gaest qN«ker at tte Fr- 
i«MA of Astrology study 



group meeting Tuesday. 
She discussed numerology 
and its relation to astro- 
logy. 

EASTER MUSICAL 

The music department 
of tte First Colonial Bap- 
tist Church presented the 
musical "Celebrate Life" 
Easter Sunday in a joint 
periormance of tte Sanc- 
tuary Choir and tte Cha- 
rity Singers, the church's 
youth choir. Solosisfs were 
Gaye Batten, Robert Bry- 
ant, Sharon Smith and Fr- 
ancis Stallings. David J. 
Clair, minister of mus- 
ic and youth, directed the 
musical. 

MAY FARM GARDEN 
CLUB 

The May Farm Garden 
Club of Kinston met March 
9th. Gerald Straley, Vir- 
ginia Polytechnic Institute 
presented a program on 
organic gardening. Tte 
club announced plans to 
join Brownie Troop 73, 
to clean up the Kingston 
Elementary School ground 
today after school liours 
for clean sweep week. Ho- 
ffman Beverage will do- 
nate trash bags and the 
group will use tte McDo- 
nald's "Litter-Gitter." 

Mrs. Roger C. Carty, 
Mrs. Jote W. Ford and 
Mrs. William C. Riesen- 
hwf didribnted 80.. nine 



seedlings to 3rd graders at ^ 
Kills' Grant School. And 
they were provided with 
the planting and care in- 
structions. The seedlii^s 
for the conservation pro- 
ject were donated i^ Un- 
ion Camp Corp. 

Dooatims for the door 
prizes for the State Gar- 
den Club at Holiday Inn 
Scqpe on May ami 7th will 
te Swedish weaving ItyMr. 
Jack Whitehead ai^ a ter- 
rarium by Mrs. Cecil Av; 
ery 

Garden Ttorapy Chair- 
man Mrs. Peter Powley 
announced that tte Help- 
ing Hands children will 
te at Kings' Grant Pre- 
byterian Church on Sat- 
urday to see the spring 
flowering bulbs ttey pla- 
nted. 

BROWN BIRTH 

Mr. Md Mrs. PhUip W. 
Brown of Newport News 
announce the birth of a 
dai^hter, Catherine Wel- 
les, on March 1, at Riv- 
erside Hospital, Newport 
News. , 

Mrs Brown is tte dau- 
ghter of Doris Ellis Young 
of Virginia Beach. 



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For the 'top dog' 



Darren Hosacic, news dir 
ecior of Wf^R Radio, awards 
a first place ribbon to Diane 
Vinson, 11, dau^ter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Dwiald S. Vinson. 
906 Townsend Drive, Virginia 
Beach. Miss Vinson, a sixth 
grader at Kingston Elementary 
ScNml, t(Y>ped 1(X) entries in 
ttie n>mpeiition sponsored by 
the Society for the Prevention 
of Cruelty to Animals and the 
Mayor's Youtti Council. 

The CMitest was (^>en to ele- 
mentary sdKMl students in Vir- 
"ginia Beadi. Second place went 
to Jennife^ Vester, Kingston 



Elementary School and Karen 
Kemp of Kings Grant Elemen- 
tary won third place. Hwwr- 
able mentions were awarded 
to Robyn Hunter of Kings Grant, 
Cindy Parsons of Kingston, Jill 
Beaver of Cmirt Hourse, Lil- 
lian Cacey of Mm B. Dey and 
Rusty Foster of Court House. 
In ackliticm to Hosack, pos- 
ter ju(^es included Felicia Bond 
of ttie Youth Council and Bet- 
sy Mclnemy of Poodle Bou- 
iiqM, w^ere the winning pos- 
ters were displayed following 
the competition. 



TCC slates gem cutting 



Beach residnls who 
tMMld Itte to try tteirhand 
d ^elry making — spe- 
cifically gem cutting -- 

can itfck up tte tnsics of 
la^Ary ia a class which 
will te offered ttis s^^ 
at tte Virginia B^ch cam- 



pus of Tidewater Commu- 
nity Collie. 

Tte Thurs^yn^M class 
will begin April 10 and 
continue for e^ht weeks 
uwler tte instruction of 
Walt Ayers Fee is $23. 

^^eats wUl lenn to 
saw, grind ami polish mi- 



nerals to cr^te stones for 
ri^s, penda^s and otter 
jewelry. 

To enroll, contact 9m 
Tidewater CommunityOd- 
lege's (Mfice of C<ntlaalli« 

114 ■ 



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ThrBe 
to loin 
academies 



Tfcree Virginia Beach 
seniors will pack their bags 
and travel to service aca- 
demies aner they graduate 
this June. 

J<*B R. Hartzog of Cot 
High School and Parks E. 
Stephenson, a Kempsville 
High School student, have 
been accepted to the Na- 
val Academy, while Jef- 
frey A. Price, a Bayside 
High School senior, will 
attend the Air Force Aca- 
demy. 

The three students were 
among four in Tidewater 
who were accepted to ser- 
vice academies from stu- 
dents nominated by Rep. 
ViUUm Whitehurfl (R- 
Virginia Beach). 

Hartzog, son of llr. and 
Mrs. iobn J. Hartzog of 
the 4000 block of Rampart 
St., has been on Cox's ho- 
nor roll. He is also a mem- 
ber of the Boy Scouts and 
Coi's NJROTC drill team. 

Stephenson, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Parks E. Ste- 
phenson of 813 Meighan 
Drive, is active in debate, 
bask^ball and baseball at 
Kempsville as well as the 
school's NJROTC drill 
team. 

Price, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. MooG B. Price, 1032 
Five Forks Road, is a 
member of the Bayside's 
National Honor Society, 
Junior. Achievement, the 
Russian Club and the Boy 
Scouts. 




Makings for a carnival 



Jimmie Coleman (left) of 416 Granite 
Trail and Jean Williams of 412 Kiiiys- 
wood (^)ove) put the finishing toufhes 
on their entries in the doll competi- 
tion, part of Brookwood Element^ry's 
"Good Old Days" carnival set foi/ Fri- 
day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the ^chool. 
At right, Janet Thompson (left) /of 352 



Lineberry and Daisy Cohan of 441 Ber- 
nice examine some of the goodies that 
will be available at the 23 booths set 
up for the school event. Other attrac- 
tions include refreshments, a clown and 
^magic show, and contests with prizes 
for winners. 




Tcc offers new Lyric Theatre: 



Beach AMA sponsors dance 



outdoor courses 



A, 



Search is on 



Courses designed to 
catch the fancy ot ont- 
doorsmen will begin this 
montli at tlie Virginia Beach 
campus of Tidewater Com- 
munity College (TCC). 

nielps Hobart wUl teach 
an eigbt-we^ course on 



Wb 7 p.m» kptfl 16, and 
1^ include six classroom 
meetings as well as two 
field trips. Fee is $20, 
plus trip expenses. 

Students will learn to 
read maps, to select pro- 
per equipment as well as 
actual backpacking tech- 
niques, first aid and safe- 
ty. Field trips are plan- 
ned May 3 and 17. For an 
additional $10 fee, students 
will set out on a three- 
day trip over Memorial 
Day weekend. 

For students who would 
rather ride than walk, Ho- 
bart will also lead a class 
in bicycle touring. Tbe 
group will begin meetii^s 
7 p.m. April 17. Class fee 
is also $20. 

Students will learn about 
bicycle touring techniques, 
safety, equipment selection 



and maintenance. Tbe 
course includes a visit to 
a. bicycle sliop and bicycle 
fottrs ^n April 19 a nd M ay 
3. 

For Beach residents who 
want to get outside, but who 
prefer less activity, can dig 
iato a lanrtafaplng and or- 
fSBie gardening coarse 
wUdi will sUrt 7 p.m. 
under the instruction of 
Carol Kasper. The first 
meeting will be in Room 
C-179. Fee for the nine- 
week course is $1(. 

Ms. Kasper said the 
course is planned for stu- 
dents who want more of 
a view of more food, but 
don't have a lot of time 
or money to devote to gar- 
denia. 

The coarse wiiy cover 
plant anatomy, physiology, 
propagation and /pruning, 
landscape elements, orna- 
mental gardens, soil and 
fertilisers, and food gar- 
dens. 

For Informaticm oo the 
classes, caAl the TCC Of- 
fice of Continuing Educa- 
tion at 427-3070, Ext. 114. 



ior Beach talent 



Club has 'Crime Week' 



Members of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Junior Wo- 
man's Club will put police 
whistles attached to a key 
tab to work in the orga- 
nization's "Blow theWhis- 



iverpfyini 
lyour ^ 

business 
[taxes? 

It happens ofiea to 
small businesses. Let 
Uncle Sam get his 
fair share... but to 
make sure your 
business gets all 
the breaks allowed, 
call me. 

B.H. JAMES 
GENERAL BUSINESS 
SERVICES 155-4567 1 



tie «i Crime Week" 
through Tuesday. 

The whistles, part of the 
club's crime prevention 
campaign, can be used to 
scare off attackers, to 
summon aid or to call at- 
tention to a crime in pro- 
gress, according to Eva 
Gill, club qnkesman. 

The whisUes are avail- 
able for $1 at all offices 
of tbe United Virginia Bank 
at Hang Ups Clottes in the 
Kempsville ^cqtping Cen- 
ter; Midas Touch, Princess 
Anne Square, and House of 
Pizza, 1073 Independence 
Blvd. 

The whistles also will 
be on sale from 10 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Saturday at tbe 
A A P Food Store, Laskin 
Road; Roses, Hilltop North; 
Kii^s, London Bridge; 
Woolco, Virginia Beach 
Blvd.; Princess Anne Pla- 
za Sh(^ii% Center and 
Safeway, Pembroke Mea- 
dows Shoniing Center. 

In addition, the whistles 
will be sold at Pembroke 
MaU April 10 am 11. 




A IPeUFW^MlBWBetei'artisU are 
sounding the first no^S in the life of the 
Lyric Theater of Virginia Beach, an organ- 
ization which liopes to develop American 
open and operetta productions. 

The groiqi's 19-man board recently elected 
officers, and President James Morrisson 
said the first production may be scheduled 
as part of tbe Beach's Neptune Festival 
this fall. 

Although the Lyric Theater intends to draw 
talrat from adjacent cities, "We're a Vlr- 
ginia Beach group," Morrisson saU. 
"We really think there is a great deal of 
interest in the arts here. 

Morrissoi said the theatre will combine 
most of tlie arts, from staging and siting, 
to dancing and drama. 

He is presentiy recruiting volunteers. 
"There are one million and one jobs Uiat 
need to be done in something like this," 
be explained, l>ut he, beUeves diat findii^ 
talented artists in tbe area won't be a 
major problem. 

"I think we can find the performers," 
Morrisson said. "Our problem will be trying 
to finance it." 

The theatre has an>lied for a grant from 
the Virginia Commission on the Arts and 
Humanities, but even if it is approved, 
the groqi will need support from indivi- 
deals and the business community. 

Another hurdle is finding an appropriate 
auditorium. 

Morrisson said the gronp will need room 
for audiences of 700 to 1,000 to be fin- 
encially successful, which rules out the Vir- 
ginia Beach Little Theatre building. He also 
said the Dome would be would mrt be suit- 
able for an (qwra. 

PossibiUties are use of high school au- 
ditoriums, tnit Morrisson said the group may 
have to pertonn in Norfolk until Virginia 
Beach builds an auditorium. 

Such a move was proposed recmtty by 
the Virginia Beach Development Council, 
a citizens' advisory committee which re- 
commended that the city build a $4 million 
cultural center and auditorium if it under- 
takes construction of a $12 million con- 
vention complex. 

The projecj has the suKWrt of City Man- 
ager George Hanbury, and councUmen have 
a{^ared to be favorably impressed with the 
conv^ion center propt^al, bat no action 
has been takai to make the $1C million 
project a reality. 

The Lyric Theater of Vii^nia Beach pro- 
digious would include fuU staging and or- 
ctestra and organizers hope to sponsor 
three to four (^eras and operettas a year. 

Effi^sis will be on American composers, 
Morrisson said. 

"We're bopii^ that both tbe use of the 
E^lish language, which pei^le can under- 
stand, and works by American composers 
dealing with contemporary situations will be 
a source of appeal," he explained. "Lied 
this is an area that needs to be keard 
more, and we !k^ there will be support 
lor it." 



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Door prizes and music 
by the Benny Gould band 
will be featured at a spring 
dance Virginia Beach chap- 
ter of tbe American Me- 
dical Association Friday at 
tbe Commodore Country . 



Club, from 9 p.m. to! a.m. 
Tickets for the dance^ 
$12 a couirte, may be pur- 
chased from any member 
of the chapter. For further 
information rantact Bruce 



Edwards at 481-3811, or 
460-1865 after 6 p.m. Rer 
servations are required 

A donation from tbe pn^ 
ceeds *ill go to the Vir- 
ginia Beach rescue squads. 




Morrisson 

There is no lack of American material, 
Morrisson added, and the theatre board 
includes the eqiertise of Dr. Harold Hawn, 
a specialist in American opera who teaches 
at Old Dominion University. 

The theatre president said he anticipates 
that the orchestra will be paid, and event- 
itaUy be h(^s perfbrmers will also receive 
some salary for tbeir work. 

"I feel rather strongly that performers 
ought to be paid," and "birt it's a hope and 
not a poUcy." 

Morrisson said the theatre is working on 
a membership program ahd it probably 
will craduct auditions soon to see what tal- 
art Is available in the area. 

However, he said performers will try out 
for individual productions, too, and he 
doesn't expect the same persons to tppeir 
in each open. 

The group also will bring in an occasion- 
al outside artist, he added, although most 
performers will be Tidewater residents. 

We're just starting," be added, "and we 
have mime bard thinking to do before we 
have a plan." 

Officers in Lyrical Tteater of Virginia 
B^eh include Anthony Rossi, vice-presi- 
dent; Maria Weber, secretary, and Ed^r 
Kovner, treasurer. 

Board members include Mildred Alexan- 
der, G. Stafford Balderson, Attena Bassil, 
Sen. Jose|>h Canada, Henry Clarke, Joyce 
CUrke, David Clayton, Charles Grandy, Har- 
old Hawn, James Hiaes, j charles Oliver, 
Charles PiMs.*Dora ^ort, Vianne Webb and 
Chartos Williams. 

Individuals who are Interested in the Lyric 
Theater may contact Morrisson by calling 
428-0587. 



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m 
THE WEEK 
April 2, 1975 

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EliMination ofanarchiac 
rate system by Southero 
Railway mraos that Vir- 
ginia Beach sUnwrs will 
pay HO to $90 less for 
each airl(»d of materials 
travelteg iirto the city by 
rail. 

yiv0m Bmieh icfino- 

mic nrrdopoiMt lUrector 
iimd D« BelUs said the 
city worked tor nearly a 
«ear for the reductions, 
wMdi could have an im- 
pact on construction firms 
which depend on the rail- 
road lor supplies, siu^h u 
afgr^ite, sand, ceneot 
and a^ibalt ,.as veil as lum- 
ber. 

The discrimiiatory rate, 
which forced shippers to 
pay aa increased fee from 
Norffltt to Vlffinia Beach, 



was a holdover from rail- 
roads earlier days, Oe 
BelUs explained, when "out 
of the way cities" were 
charged more for service. 

The rail line serves the 
city-owned Ainwrt and 
Oceana West industrial 
;arks as well as Naval 
Air Station (NAS) Oceana. 
De BelUs said businesses 
along the rail line will also 



benefit from the lower 
rates. 

The economic develop- 
ment director also noted 
that some truck rates also 
include arbitrary Increas- 
es for goods shipped to 
Virginia Beach, and he said 
he is working to lower the 
rate structures of trucking 
firms which are detrimen- 
tal to the development of 
the city. 



Pair attends Paris meet 



Richard and Sondra Cup- 
pett of Rodgers Organ Stu- 
dios in Virginia Beach re- 
cently attraded a series 
al sales meetings spon- 
sored by Conn Organ in 
Paris, France. 



The sessiMS, which in- 
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stration techniques, also 
briefed organ dealers on 
sales, advertising, public 
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NOTICE 
Vir^ia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Couficil of the City of Vir- 
giniji Beach will be held 
is the Council Chambers 
of the Adrainistratioo Buil- 
ding^ CityHtll, Princess 
Annt Station, Virginia 
Bea^, Virfinia, <» Mon- 
day, April 21, 1975, at 
2:00 P.M. at which time the 
lolloving applications will 
be heard: 

AMENDMENTS 
1. Mtrtion of the Planning 
Comnissi<Mi of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 1, 
Section 111 of the Com- 
prehMsive Zoning Ordi- 
nance pertainii^ to Day 
Care Center Definitions. 
More detailed information 
is tfaikble in the De- 
partmeni of Planing. 
2. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the Ctty til 
Virg^ Bench to amend 
and reordain Article 5 of 
the Comprehenisive Zoning 
On&iance pertaining to 
Day Care Centers in Oe 
R-1 Residential District, 
R-4 Residential District 
aa| the R-9 Residential 
T(|Wib(Hise District. More 
dettiled information is a- 
vaMble in the D^artment 

S.Alo^n k the Planning 
^nmUaloa of Ite Ctty erf 
^Waia Beaek to amend 
arip reordain Article 6 «t 
tbt^Comprehrasive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to 
Day Care Centers in the 
A-1 Apartment IMstrict. 
More (totalled information 
% available in the Depart- 
mat of Plannii«. 

4. M<rtion of the Plaming 
Ccxnmissioo of the City of 
Vtoginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 8 of 
the Comprehensive Zoning 
ordinance pertaining to 
Day Care Centers in the 
0-1 Office District. More 
detailed Informatioa is a- 
nilable in the Department 
(rf Planning. 

5. Motion of the Planning 
Ownmission of the City of 
Vtrgiaia Beach to amend 
aad reordain Article 9 of 
the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to 
Day Care Centers in the 
B-1 Business-Residential 



District and the B-2 Cora- 
manity Business District. 
Mure detailed Information 
is available in the Depart- 
ment of Planning. 
6. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 1, 
Section 111 of the Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordi- 
nance pertaining to Yard 
Definition. More detailed 
information is available in 
the Department of Plan- 
ning. 

1. Motion of the Plannii^ 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 2 of 
the Comprehensive Z<ming 
Ordinance pertaining to 
Signs. More detailed in- 
formation is available in 
the Department of Plan- 
ning. 

t. McAion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 9 of 
the Con&prehensive Zoning 
Ordiunce pertaini^ to 
S%n Regulations in the B-2 
Commnnity Business Dis- 
trict and the B-3 Central 
Business District. More 
detailed information is a- 
vailaUe in the Department 
of Plaiming. 

9. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
yirgintc- Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 5, 
Part 1, Section M2 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Or- 
dinance pertaining to lot 
area, lot vMtt. yard ma- 
elng, aad maiimam lot co- 
verage aad height regula- 
tions in the R-9 Residen- 
tial Townhouse District. 
Morf detailed information 
is available in the Depart- 
ment of Plaiming. 
Richard J. Webbon 
City aerti 

April 2, 9, 2t 



tag is to effect the adop- 
tion of the above named 
Infant (s), Richard Wayne 
Bell, by Leon John Matus- 
aak and , Petitioiwr and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that Juniors C. 
Bell, a natural parent of 
said child ii> a non- 

resident of the SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: State 
of North Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Juniors C. Bell 
a|q)ear before this Cmirt 
within ten (10) days after 
pid>Ucation of this Order ' 
and indicte his/her atti- 
tude toward the proposed 
adc^ion, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Rezford R. Cherryman 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, va. 

April 2, 9, 16,23 4t 




ORDER 
^n^OOA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 

CITY OF VIRGimA BEACH 
OH THE DAYOF ,1975. 
In re: AdopUon <rf Ri^tard 
VayMB^ 

By: Leon John Matnssak, 
PeUtloaers 
To: Juniors C. Bell 
State <a North Carolina 
In Chancery 
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This day cameLeqnJoho 
Matasaak and , I^titfo- 
ners, and represented Hat 
the object of this proceed- 



Notice Of A 
Public Hearing 



The Virginia Beach PiAlic Schools' Aihietic 
and Forensic Study Committee will condiict a 
public hearing at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, 
April 9, 1975. in the auditorium of Plaz^ 
«hjnior High Sc^iool for the purpose of hear- 
ing citizen concerns ahoui the future of athle- 
tic and forensic activities in ttie Virginia Beach 
secondary schools. 



ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS ARE INVIT03 
^TC ATTEND THIS OPEN MEETING. 

Virginia Bea<A PiAHc Schools 
Athletic & Forensic Study Committee 
Peter B. Marx, Chairman 



Project revived 



An upturn in the economy has convinced Terry 
Corp to resurrect plans for $150 million Timber- 
lake, a 600-acre residential tract which the firm 
had designed to include 2,5(X) homes. 

Terry Corp., one of Virginia Beach's largest 
developers, had put the property on the market 
to raise money for other projects, according to 
a Terry sp(Aesman, but the firm's board of dir- 
ectors reversed the decision this week. 

Some banks reportedly have expressed in interest 
in financing Timberlake, so Terry has decided to 
continue to develop the project. • ; 

The firm will concentrate on land development, 
he added, whUe other building firms will perform 
actual residential construction. Some homes have al- 
ready been built on the property, including 50 town- 
homes and 90 single family homes. 



John A. Peniberton, a Navy management 
specialist chief petty officer, receives a 
Navy Achievement Medal and a GoldStar 
from Capt. W.D. Knutson, Naval AirSta- 
tion (NAS) Oceana commander. Pember- 
ton, recently transferred to NAS Oceana 
aftet^ two extended submarine deploy- 
ments on the USS Finback, was com- 
mended for generating "excellent mo- 
rale and racial accordfor minority group 
members" asminority affairs represen- 
tative on the submarine. In addition, he 
was cited for the performance of duties 
as NAS Oceana's human resources de- 
velopment officer. 



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sailor 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

A public hearing will be 
held to solicit comments 
regarding proposed con- 
strucUot of SCO Navy 
family housing units at Fort 
Story, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. The hearii« will in-- 
elude a presentation of 
the Navy's plan for su«* 
construction. Date: Wed- 
nesday. 23 April, and if 

A^1975; TlmeT7:6D P 
M. to 11:00. P.M.; Place: 
Princess Anne High School 
Auditorium, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. Copies of 
the Draft Environmental 
Impact Statement are lo- 
cated at all pi*Uc librar- 
ies in the cities of 
Va. Beach, Norfolk, Chesa- 
peake and Portsmouth and 
at the Va. Beach City Ad- 
mini^ration Building. For 
information regarding or- 
al or written presentations 
or how cc^les of the im- 
pact statement may be ob- 
tained, ccwtact Mr. R.L. 
Warren, Atlantic Division, 
Naval Facilities Engineer- 
ing Command, 444-7131, 
Building N-23, Naval Sta- 
tion, Norfolk, Virginia 
23511. Individual speakers 
will be limited to 5 min- 
utes for presentations. 
Group spokesmen will be 
allowed 10 minutes. 

April 2, 9, 2t 



Youtii 
rescued 



A Ft. Wayne, Ind., youth vacationing in Sandbridge 
over Easter g<rt more than he bargained for when he 
hopped into a rowboat and shoved away from shore^ 

David H. Horner, 15, was rescued by a Coast Guard 
helicopter Saturday afternoon shortly after a current 
pulled his craft past the breakers out to sea. The 
youth was equin>ed with a paddle, but did not have a 
life preserver in the rowboat. 



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order of publicttion 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

27th day of March, 1975. 

Gary Lynn Gallant, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Janice Marie Gallant, 

Defendant. 

The object of (his suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be la- 
ter merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrim- 
onii from the said def»- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having ))een 
made and filed that due dil- 
igence has been used by or 
in behalf of the Complain- 
ant to ascertain in 
the defendant is, without ef- 
fect, tlie last known post 
office address bein^ 723 
Delaware Avenue, c/o Pete 
Zorick, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
^ ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 24th 

day of March, 1975. 

Cecelia C. Steidiens, 

PlainUff, 

agatast 

Lawrence fi. Stephens, 

Defendant. 

The (Aject of this suit is 
for the said plaintiH a gar- 
nishment of funds doe the 
Defendant frwn the United 
States of America, based 
upon Judgment of May 16tb, 
1974. 

And anaffidavii^vii^been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a Noo-Resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last post oOice address 
being 5724 Frontier Trail, 
Knoxville, Tennessee it is 
ordered that be do appear 
here within Ten (10) days 
after due p«d>lication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. - 

A copy-Teste: JtMW f. 
FENTRESSfCLEM " "f 
BUI, Fine, Legom A Fine 
Law Buildi^ 
-Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 24th 

day of March, 1975. 

Millard Wylie, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Eugenia Q. Wylie, 

DefecKlant. 

The object of tUs salt 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thpro trom the 
said defendant, uprai the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that Oe de- 
' fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of VirginU, tbe 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Rural P.O. 
Box 6048, Camuy, Puerto 
Rico 60027 it is ordered 
that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this »iit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Holladay, Holmes A Inman 
5 Stoney Point 
700 Newton Ro»l 
Norfolk, Virginia 

April2, 9, 16, 2»4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, cm the 25th 

day of March. 1975. 

Atha Jeanette Jones, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Charles Kenneth Jones, Jr. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to (Main a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
defendant, upon the groumis 
of two year separation. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 3270 N.W. 
171st Street, (^ Locka, 
Florida it is ordered that 
he do ai^>ear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A cc^y-Teste: JOHN V 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
nrker A Rri»nger, Atty. 
1397 Laskio Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

April 2, 9, 16, U, 4t 



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^h day of March, 1975. 

Mitzi MaeAtrtxrttDtvidsen, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Ray Curtiss Davidson 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of parties having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
with out interruption for 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
femlant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: Box 259, 
RaineUe, West Virginia 
25962 it is ordered that 
he do ippeiT here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Glenn B. McClMan.Atty ^ 
425 S. Witchduck Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 



10th day of March, 1975. 

Dennis F. Malick, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Nancy Elizabeth Pat^ett 

Malick, 

Defendant. 

The (*ject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii fitHh 
the said defendant, qtbn 
the grounds of two-year 
separation. 

And an affidavit havii« 
been made and tiled that 
the defendant is a iK)n- re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 174 
McAlway Road, Charlotte, 
North Carolina it is or- 
dered that ste do aH>ear 
here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Frank F. Arness, Atty. 
601 Crawford St. 
P., 0.80x356 
Portsmouth, Virginia 237 
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April 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t Mar. 12, 19, 26, April 2, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on theZSth 

day of March, 1975. 

Charles Frailer Mack, 

PlainUff, 

against 

Debra Estelle Taylor 

Mack. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A Vin- 
culo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of 2 years s^- 
ration. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress beiqs: Richmond, 
California it is ordered 
that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
dae publication hereof, and 
do what may t>e necessary 
to protect here interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEIfTREffi: CLERK 
Brydges A Hudgins, Atty. 
1369 Lkskia Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

A|OTl 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



(HIDER OF PUBLICA-nON 
In tte Clerk's Office of the 
•CtmW OMrfOI tteeity<H>' 
. VttcgMa BtaA^mllte 2m 
day of March, 1975. 
Robert Lawrence Phillips, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Catherine Louise Phillips, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A Men- 
sa Et Thoro to be merged 
tvon proper ai^licaHon 
into a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, iqion the grounds 
of desertion. 

And uialOitofttliaTlflgbea 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is anoa-resideirtof 
the SUte <rf Virgiida, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 1713 Farra- 
gut Avenue, RockviUe, 
Maryland 20151 it is or- 
dered that she do g^ipear 
here within ten (10) 6»fs 
after dw poUicatioa here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A c<vy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Broyles, McKenry AGiHry 
Pacific Ave A 35th Street 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 41 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circnlt Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

10th day of March, 1975. 

Mona PauUette Hiiq>ler, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Bamette Robert Hippler, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a decree of 
divorce a vinculo matri- 
moml, from the said de- 
fendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion, actual and/ 
or constructive, or in the 
alternative, cruelty. 

And an affidavit having 
been made ami filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known pOst 
office address being: Bur- 
nette Robert Hippler, U 
S. Coast Guard Station 
SUnnecock, Hampton Bays, 
New York, 11946 it is or- 
dered that be do aj^iear 
here within te.. ^10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
B<qrce A ^nnmilis, Atty. 
m N. Plaza Trail 
Va. B«ich, Va. 

Mar. 12. 19, 26, April 2 4t 



{»DER OF PUBLICA-nON 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 5th day of March. 1975. 

Patricia Leight Davies, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William Thomas Davies, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be subsequently 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due dili - 
gence has been used by or 
on behalf of the said Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which county or corpora- 
tion the Defemiant resides, 
withourt effect, the last 
known address being: Wil- 
liam Thomas Davies, 11 
Corwood Avenue, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
i^er due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A «*y-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Boyce A Spanoolis, p.i|. 
lOSPlauTraU 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 

Mar. 12, 19, 26, April 2 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of ttie 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 4th 

day of March, 1975. 

Angelp A. D'Amato, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Idella Kathy Curran 

D'Amato, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce i 
vincvlo matrimonii bt>m 
the said defendant, tqpontte 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is anon-resldaitof 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 875 Fanning 
Grade, Ben Lomand, Cali- 
fornia 9^005 it Is ordered 
that she do am)ear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Thomas M. Ammons 
1561 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Mar. 12, 19, 26, April 2 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATTON 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, (m the 5th 
day of March, 1975. 
Elijah Rlckardsoa, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Thomasina Martin Rich- 
ardson. 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is . 
to otAain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
ma(fe and filed that the de- 
fendant is anon -resident of 
the aate of Virginia, the 
last known post office be- 
ing: 2311 Buchanan Avenue, 
Charleston Heights, Soi^ 
Carolina 29405 it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
tere within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, aiMl do what may l>e 
necessary to protect her 
inlerest in this suit. 
A c(W-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTR^: CLERK 
Michael E. Bowerman, p.q. 
1561 -A Uskia Road 
Virginia BeatA. Va. 

Mar. 12. 19, », April 2, 4t 



OWES OF PUBLICATION 
to tte Cferfc's Mfice <a the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia B^eh, an Ok 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
la tte Clerk's Wfice of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 5th 
day of March, 197S. 
F. Jeanette Creech Her- 
rick. 



Plaintiff, 
^ afalAst 
Paul H. Herrick, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to (Main a divorce A 
Menas Et Thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due di- 
ligence has been used by 
or on behalf of said com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which county or corpora- 
tion the said defendant is, 
without effect, the last 
known post office being 
4801 Mandaa Riwd, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, it 
is ordered that he do aivear 
here within Ten (10) days 
after dm piiUicatton here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect Us 
interest in this suit. 
A eow-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTR^S, CLERK 
BiTdges, Hammers and 
Radgins 
P.O. Box 625 
Virginia, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Mar. 12, 19, 26, AprH 2 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 7th 

day of March, 1919. 

WUda Belvin Hedcepatti, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Bol4>y Venson Hedgepath, 

Defendant. 

The object sf this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro, to be later 
merged, from the said de- 
fendant, upM the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an SffidaTit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: U.S.S. Wil- 
liam C. Lawe, DD 763, 
West Bank, New Orleans, 
FPO New York 09501 It 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear tere within ten ^10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
his interest in this sutt. 
A c(W-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Fine, Fine, Legum A Fine 
Law Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 



12, 19, 26, April 2 « 



ORDER OF PUBLICATK)N 
In the Cleiic's Office of 

file 6th day of March, 1975. 

David Robert Cos, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Donna Ann Corteri Cox, 

Defendant. 

The object of which is 
for the said petiticners to 
effect the divorce of the 
above named parties. 
And an affidavit haTing been 
made and tiled that tte 
defendant is anon-reddest 
of the SUte (tf Virginia, 
the last known foai (rffice 
address being: C(»l NAV- 
SUPPACTS, Box 5, FPO, 
New Yoric, 09521 It is or- 
dered that she do ^ipear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publicatiCHi here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in ttils satt. 
A copy-Teste: JGON V. 
FENTRESS: CLEEK 
Hooker A Sl^Nnr, i^. 
3707 Va. Beach BM. 
Va. Beach, Va. 2)452 

Mar. 12, 19, 26A|n112« 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKM 

In file Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, on tte 

4fii day of March, 1915. 

James Thomas Curtis, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Mary Smith Curtis, 

Defendant. 

The dijject of tUs satt 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonfi tnaa 
the said defendeat, qxw 
the grounds of tm> ynr 
rule. 

And an affidavit haTiagbees 
made and filed ttot t^ de- 
fendant is a non-recent ot 
the State of virglaia, the 
last known Post Office Ad- 
dress being: 110 S. Youpon 
Terrace, Morebead City, 
IterHi Carolina It is ^- 
dered that she do appear 
here within tea (10) dqn 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in ttiis nit. 
A copy-Teste: ^HN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 

Fine, Fine, Legam A Fine. 
720 Law Bnildi^ 
Norfolk, Vlrgtaia 

Mar. 2, 19, 26, April 2 4t 



NOTICE 
Virglaia: 

The regular neetlng of 
the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach wtilbeheU 
in the Council Chambers 
of the Administratea 
Building. City Hall, Prin- 
cess Anne ^tiott, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, (w Moo- 
(tay, April 14, 1975, at 
2:00 P.M. at which time 
tte fol^vtaf ^i^cattoBS 



will he ^rd: 
AMENDMENTS 
1. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to ameiri 
and re<»t]atn Article 1, 
Section HI, of the Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordin- 
ance pertainii^ to the De- 
finitions of commercial 
and residential kennels. 
More detailed Informatim 
is available la the Depart- 
ment of Planaiag. 
Z. M(Mon of tte Planning 
Commission of Uie City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 2, 
Part C, Section 223, of 
tte CoBvn^heasive Zoa- 
iag OnUnace oertalntni 
to Cradltional Uses and 
Structures of animal hos- 
pitals, pounds, stetters, 
comfflereial and resldm- 
tlal kennels. More detailed 
intonaatlon is available ia 
tte Department of Plan- 
ning. 

3. MoUott of tte Plamiing 
Commission of tte City 
of Virginia Beach to aro«id 
ud reor&in Article 4, 
SectiM 401 (c) (2) of tte 
Comprehensive Zoning 
CMluBce p«iainlng to 
Conditional Uses and 
Structuresun tte AG-1 Ag- 
ric^iltural District for an- 
imal hoq>itals, pounds, 
stelters, commercial and 
resideirtial kennels. More 
detailed information is av- 
ailable la tte Department 
of Ptaming. 

4. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of tte City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 5, 
Part A, Section 501 (c) 
of tte Compretensive 
Zoning Ordinance pertain- 
ing to condittonal uses and 
structures for residot- 
ial kennels. More detail- 
ed information Is amiable 
in the Dqwrtment of Plan- 
ning. 

5. Motion of tte Planning 
Commissiim of tte City 
of Virginia Beach to create 
an ordinance to amend and 
reordain Article 2, Sec- 
tion 201 relating to Yards 
to provide for visi- 
ibility triangle require - 
ra«its at tte intersection 
of street rights-of-way. 

6. RmoIuUob ol tte Coun- 
cil of Uie City of Virginia 
Beach to amoid and reor- 
dain Article 7. Part B, 
Section 711 (a) of tte Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordin- 
nan li-2 Resort Hotel Dis- 
trict pertaining to ase re- 
gulations for pMic bolld- 
inigs. More detailed infor- 
mation is available ia tte 
Denutaietf ' ^'^WUaUt.'*'^* 
cIaNGE (UiSSQNnGBSH V, 
TRICT CLASSIFICATK}N 
LTNNHAVEN B(»(XIGH 

7. Petition by resolotionof 
Uie CouncU of tte City of 
Virginia Beach to establish 
an Historic and Cultural 
IHstrict on certain prop- 
erty described as te- 
giiming at a pcriat 450 feet 
more or less West of Lit- 
Ue Neck Road and run- 
ning a distance of 290 feet 
aloag tte Sortk *Ue of 
Virglaia Beach Bo«Ievard, 
rminiag a ifistaiKe of 460 
feet along tte Vestera pro- 
perty llae, raaniag a dis- 
taace ol 250 leel along 
tte Soodwro pn^erty line 
and namlog a distance of 
3W ieei afong tte Eastern 
IHXiperty liae (said parcel 
coiriains 2.1 acres more 
or less) and to classify 
tte property iowwBas Rose 
Hall u u Ustoriol site 
deemed deslraUe for pre- 
semtioB. Plats vittmore 
detailed iaformatioB are 
atafldde ia tte De- ^ 
partacnt of Planning. ^ 
(Prtaicess Aane naaa - 
Grovtiaad Park - Belle 
bTCB Areas). LYNNHAV- 
EN BCMMMJGH. 
KEMPSVILLE B(»0UGH 
A. PetitioB of Stephra L. 

A Mary E. MlUer for a 
Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-5 
Residential IHstrict to 0-1 
Office District on certain 
property begimiing at a 
point 355 feet East of En- 
glewood Drive, nmnii^ a 
distance of 170 feet alo^ 
tte Soatt side of Princess 
Anne Road, running a dis- 
tance of 266.83 feet al(wg 
tte Eaatera prc|>erty line, 
rvntai a dlstuee of 100. 
40 fe^ along tte Souttem 
laraperty Ine and running 
a distance of 210 feet along 
tte Western property line. 
Said parcel e(»teins36,(XK) 
Muare feet. (Kem[»viUe 
W*aor Am). KEMPS- 
VILLE B(m}UGH. 
COMDITKINAL USE PER- 
MIT 

LYNNHAVEN W)ROUGH 
9. AnlicitUm of Clyde S. 
Hines, Jr., for a Coodi- 
tioaal Use Permit for a 
Cortractors' borage Yard 
on certain pn^rty located 
at fiw Soirth^st comer 
of Spruce Street and 2nd 
Street, nuniag a distance 
of 140 feet alo% tte Soutt 
side of 2nd Street, run- 
ning a distance at 100 feet 
ahMg tte Eastern pn^erty 
line, running a distance 
of 140 feet along tte Sou- 
ttem property line and 
rvuing a distaMe of 100 
feet a^Mg tte East side 
at ^roce Street. The pro- 
pMSd stor^e area is in- 
<Ucated as a 70-fo<M by 
IQO-tos^ parcel located on 
tte Western portion of tte 
prcfertf. Said parcel Is 
taowB as IMS I and 2, 
Bkxk 9, Plat (rfJa^stn- 



dale, and contains 0.321 
acre. (Rosemont Area). 
LYNNHAVEN a)ROUGH. 
10. Application of Harvey 
aiflet for a Conditional 
Use Permit for re- 
creational facilities of an 
outftoor nature (tennis) on 
certain property located 
on the East sideof Thmias 
Bishop Lane beginning at 
a point 650 feet more or 
less North of North Great 
Neck Road, running a dis- 
tance of 1032.85 feet along 
tte Southern property line, 
ranning a distance of 598. 
33 feet more or less al- 
ong the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 
1333.61 feet more or less 
ateng the Norttem pro- 
perty line and running a 
dlstence of 524.92 feet 
more or less along the 
Western property line. 
&ki parcel contains 9.2 
acres. (John B. Dey Ele- 
mentary Sclwol Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 
Richard J. WelM» 
City Clertt 

Mar. 26, Apr 2 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk^ Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virginia BMch, on tte 13tt 

day ot March, 1975. 

Jna Renfrow Mataey, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

WiUUm J. Matney, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of this suit is 
to (Main a divorce a mensa 
et ttoro to te merged on 
pn^r apidicatioa to a di- 
vorce a vincuto matrimonii 
from tte said defeadent, 
upon tte grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And aa affidavit having been 
made and filed fiat Uie de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
tte »ate of Virginia, tte 
last known post (rffice ad- 
dress being: 1460 N. Mac- 
Arttar, ttlatoma City, 
Oklahoma 73127 it U or- 
dered that he do appear 
tere within ten (10) days 
after due pubUcation tere- 
ot, and do wtet may te ne- 
cessary to protect his in- 
terest in ttis suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Broyles, McKenry AGorry 
35tt St. A PaeUic Ave. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

Mar. 19, 26, April 2, 9 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

nCiMattC«ant«UtewSMr<tf 



ayofMarc&,'191 
fiurtffli Samuel Bartlett, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Ella Frances Bartleti, 
Defendant. 

The object of ttis suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Mrasa Et Ttoro from tte 
said defendant iqion tte 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit teriag been 
made and filed ttat tte de- 
feadaat is a aw-resideiit of 
tte State of VirginU, Uie 
last known post office ad- 
dress teing: Route 3-Boz 
235, MaUiews, North Ca- 
rolina it is ordered ttet 
ste do vpear here within 
ten (10) days after due pu- 
UlcatiOB hereof, and do 
what may te necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
CUrfc, Steinilter, et als. 
ailte 311 PembndteSBklg. 
Va. Beach, Va. 234({2 

Mar. 2$, April 2, 9, 16 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICA-nON 

In tte Clerk's Office of 

tte Circuit Court (rf tte 

City of VirginU Beatdi. 

on tte 19tt day of March, 

1975. 

BemadiiK Marie Deets, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Frederick Philip Deets, 

Defendant. 

lUs (Aject of ttis suit 
U to (Main a divorce a 
mensa et ttoro to te Uter 
merged into a divorce a 
via(nilo matrimonii. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed ttet 
tte defendant is a tam- 
resident of tte SUte of 
Virginia, tte last known 
post office address teing: 
Headqtarters, 5tb Signal 
Vbm«aai, us Army, a. 

P.O., New York 09056 It 
Is ordered that te do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do wtet may 
te necessary to protect 
Us interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTR^: CLEIUC 
Boysce sad ^anoulU 
105 N. PUza TraU 
VirginU Beach, Va. 

Mar. 26, Apr., 2, 9, 16 tt 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virginia Beach, on tte 21st 

day ol March, 1975. 

Roland G. Jacobiti, 

PUlntiff, 

gainst 

Joyce J JteMtz, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of this suit 
U to (Main a divorce A 
MeiM n nme tttm tte 



said defendant, iqx)n the 
grounds (rf deserti(». 
And an affidavit ha vi^ been 
made and filed that tte <te- 
fendant is anon-resldrtlof 
tte SUte of VirginU, Uie 
last known post office adr 
dress teing: 3675 S. Ste- 
ration Road, Muskegon, 
Michigan it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may te necessary to 
protect here interest In ttis 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
PMltp H. Meyers, p.q. 
Suite 200 Bel-Aire Bh%. 
1600 E. Little Creek Rd. 
Norfolk. Va. 23518 

March 26, AprU 2, 9, 16 41 



may te necessary to pro- 
tect his interest io this 
suit. 

A €my-Te»te: JOHN- V. 
FKMTOES: CLEKK 
Brw^es A Rutins, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Rd. 
VirginU Beach, Va. 

Mar. 26, April 2, 9, 16 4t 



CI 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 20tt DAY OF 
MARCH 1975. 
In re: Adoption of Kim 
EvetU Rumn 
By: Iris Ives Johnson, 
Petitioner 
To: Milton Ruffin 
Natural Fatter 
Address Unknown 

In Chancery 

#C-74-1285 
This day came Iris Ives 
Johnson, Petitioner, and 
represented that the object 
of ttis proceedii^ is to ef- 
fect tte nksfAiaa of tte a - 
bove named inUnt, Kim 
EvetU Ruffin, by Iris Ives 
JohnMB, and affidavit tev- 
ing been m«le and filed 
ttat Milton Ruffin, a na- 
tural parent of said cUM 
and ttat Us last known 
post office address un- 
known; and that due dili- 
gence has been used by or 
in betelf of the petitioner 
to ascertain in wtet county 
or corporation tte said 
MUton Ruffin is, wittout 
effect. 

It is thnvfore Ordered 
ttat tte said MUton Ruffin 
appear tefore ttU Court 
wittln ten (10) days after., 
publication of ttis Order 
and Indicate his attitude 
toward tte proposed adop- 
tion, or otterwise do wtet 
U necessary to protect Us 
interest u ttis matter. 
A copy teste: 

Jota V. F«ntress, Cterk 
Tidewater Legal Aid So- 
ciety p.q. 
700 Dute Street 
Norfolk, VlrgiUa 

March 28, 4|jrp|„9,AMt,,, 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION^ 
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEAOI 
ROBERT LIVERMAN and D 
ANDREW S. nNE, Co-Ez- 
ecutors of Uw EsUte (rf 
FANNY GREENBERG, de- 
ceased. "^ 
CompUlnaMs, '-■ 
vs. , h 
FANNIE MARKS 
W9 Roanoke Avenue 
R(naoke Rapids, Nortt Ca- 
rolina 27870 " 

DOCTOR S.Z. BELL 

60 Longwood Avenae ^ 

BrookUne, MassaetasetU 

02146 ^ 

FLEETA BELL 
60 Longwood Aveaue 
BrotAliae, MassacbasetU 
02146 

BENJAMIN LEVY 
2908 Reidlca Laae 
Portsmo^, VirginU 
23TO3 

MARILYN LEVY 

2908 RepUca Lane 

Portsmouth, VirginU 

23703 J 

KIRT B. LEVY 
29M RepUca Lane 
Portsmoutt, VirginU 
23703 

KIMBERLY S. LEVY 
2908 Replica Lane 
Portsmoutt, VirginU , 

23703 J 

PAIGE A. LEVY 
2908 RqiUca Lane 
PorUmoutt, VirginU t 

23103 



ORDER 
VIRGINU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COTRT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF 
MARCH 1975. 
U re: Adoption of Caren 
Christine SteUey ah infant, 

bjr 

Donald Ray Mitchell- 

By: SUrley Marie MUcteU 

Petitiooera 

To: Walter Mead Shelley 

»)324 Wisteria »reet 

Gastro VaUey, CalifomU 

In Chancery 

•C-74-1011 
This day came DoatU 
Ray Mitchell and SUrley 
Marie MitcheU, Petition- 
ers, and represented ttat 
tte object cif this proceed- 
ing U to effect tte adop- 
tion of tte above named 
infant (s), Caren Chris- 
tine Stelley, by BoaaMRay 
MitcteU and ^rley Marie 
•MitcteU, husband and wife, 
and affidavit teving been 
made and filed ttet Walter 
Mead Shelley, a natoral 
parent of said child (ran), 
U a noB'resldent of tte 
State of VirginU, tte Ust 
known post office address 
btii«: 20234 WisterU 
Stre^, Castro Valley, Ca- 
UfomU. 

tt U tterefore Ordered 
ttat tte said Walter Mead 
a^Uey appnr tefore tUs 
Court wittln ten (10) (UyS 
after pubUcation of ttis 
Order and Indicate hls/ter 
attitude toward tte pro- 
posed ad(q)Uon, or otter - 
wise (to wtet Is necessary 
to protect hU Interest U 
this matter. 
A copff teste: 

Jote V. Fentress, Clerk 
Moss A Moss p.q. 
830 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Va. 

Mareh», April 2,9,16,41 



ORDER OF PUBLICA-nON 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte city of 

Virginia Beach, on tte2(Xh 

day of March, 1975. 

Karen NovelU Gray, 

PUlntiff, 

against 

Jim Edward Cray, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of ttU suit 
Is to obUbi a divorce A ' 
mensa Et Thoro from tte 
said defeulant. ujxm tte 
grounds of desertion. 
Anl aaa^davlt teving been 
macte and filed ttet tte (to- 
fewUnt is a mm -resident of 
tte ^te of VirginU, the 
last known p(^ office Mi- 
dress teing: 210 Lakeview 
Avenue, &Bford, Florida 
32771 tt U ortered ttet te 
do app^r tere wittU ten 
(10) days after dw p^- 
i^Mtoa terei^, and do wtet 



ROBERT G. LIVERMAN 
435 RoawAe Av«ne 
Roanoke Rapids, North Ca- 
roUna 27870 

MARCELLA LIVERHAN 
435 Roanoke Avenie 
Roan(*e Ri^dds, Nortt Ca- 
roUna 27870 

BETTY M08ITZ 
201 W. PUe ^eet 
Rome. New Ycnt 134M 

NANCY L. HnXSTEIN 
•<^<BlMkrld|*IMvo 
Greoisiiorg. PiinsylTw^ 

BERTHA HALPERN 
4 Bayttemr Drive 
Staron, Masaactesetts 
02067 

FRED PIECK 

7738 Hamatda Street 

Omate, Nebraste 68114 

GILDA PIECK 
7738 HaaUtoa Street 
Omate. Nrtraste 68114 

BENJAMIN A. UABX8 
103 QaaU Court 
Roaaote Rapids, Nortt Ca- 
rolina 21870 

STONEY HARRIS 
6647-1/2 N. Greenview 
CUcago, QUaoU 

BERMCELUKH 

4901 N. ^nriagfield Avenue 

CUcago, lUUioU 

REVA GIBBS 

c/o Draxel Bi»e, Inc. 

6140 S. Draxel Avenae 

CUctgo, niiaoU 60631 

Defendairts. 

The (^ect of tte above- 
styled salt U to seek tte 
gUdance of tte Coort ia 
construing ParagrapksSE- 
VENTHaadQGHTHortte 
Last WUl and Testament 
ct Faaay /Grwnterg. de- 
ceased, protated U tte 
Ctert('s office of tte Cir- 
cUt Court of VirginU 
Beach. TirgiaU. And, It 
apptaring by affidavit filed 
according to Uwttat Fanny 
Maits, Doctor S.Z. BeU, 
FleeU BeU, Rotert G. U- 
vermaa, Mareella Lirar- 
man, Betty MortU, Nancy 
L. MUlsteU, Bo-tta Hal- 
pam, Fred Piecfc, GikU 
Pledc. Bo^mta A. Marks, 
Sidney Harris, Benice Lu- 
Un, Reva Gfbte, are bxA 
resideats of tte SUte of 
VtifinU. 

It istterefteeORDERED 
ttat tte said Fanny Marks, 
Doctor S.Z. Bell, Fleeta 
BeU, tUtert G. Livennaa, 
MaroeUa Liverman, Betty 
Moritt, NaKjL.MUlsteia, 
Bertte H^^n, Fred 
Pieck, QkU Piecfc, Ben- 
^U A. MtariES, Sidaey 
Harris, Berai<» l4Ma and 
Reva Gf^toai9eartritiita 
ten (10) (Uys after due pii- 
bUcation of this Orter, U 
tte Clerk's office ot-ii^ 
said Court, and (to wtet U 
necessary to pulectltoir 
interest.* 

n is M-tter tmonED 
Qiat ttisOrdn-tepMIAed 
(Mce a we^ for lout (4) 
sMcnsive «^a la tte 
VirginU Bea^ ^Baafvs- 
paper circuUtod iattttCity 
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MARCH, im. 
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M OBIXNANCE PROPOSWG TO GRAKf TO THE 
PSa mom PE^ONg OT TO THE CORPORATION 
HWUFTER TO BE A^ERTAOIEO Of THE MODE 
niESCRDES Bt LAW, THE BIGHT AMD PBIVl- 

hms TO axmmct, operate amd mawtaik 

A CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEM WITHOI THE CITY 
OF YIKOOA BEACH F(n THE TERM AND UP(»I 
TK (XUnailMS HEBEOIAFTER STATED 

i iC IT OKDAOtEp BY THE C(MINCIL OF THE 

CITY OF VnCOnA BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

Aa ofdtaaaee pnpoiiiv to gnuit to tte penw 
w ptraen or to Oe c«n»nU(» bentfter to to 
HcerMMd to Hw aodc |8%scrib«d by law, the 
rifM tad f^Ml^t to*'coastract, operate and mato- 
ttii a e^le tel*iriak» system wttUs the Ctty of 
VUiMa Beaeli for the term and qwn toe coidt- 
tteu toretoafter ^tcd. 



A4o|ited by the City CooncU of toe City of Vir- 
ginia Beacb, VirgtoU, on tbe 17 (toy (rf March, 
1975. 

NOTICE 
CABLE TELEVBION BtD 

t PnUic Bottce to hereby gtveo that bids are to- 
Tlted tot. the inivUefe proposed to be granted by 
tto ordiauec herctoafler set tottk. 
Bhto dttU to to writliig at reqidred Iqr tow aad 

aKi SMh Udder ^^Aall lUe wtth Us tod acertitted 
ehed( dnwa npa some bank to toe City (rf Vir- 
< gida Beadi execvted to bvor ct tte Treasarer of 
tto City of Virginto Beach for toe sum of |1, 500.00, 
which shall to told by toe City Mau«er apoa toe 
MOditioBs set lOrth to tte Resolvtioa adapted by 
CoiDeU of tte City of Vlitinto Beach, Vii^toto 
OD JoM 4. 1973. 

Bids shall to deUfered on toe 18 day of Almost 
1975 gt 1:00 o'clock P.M. to opoi sessioo, to tto 
presldtag officer of the Cooncll (rf toe City of 
Vlrgtoto Beach, to toe Couocil Ctonitors, Mnal- 
dpal Ceater, Vlrgtoia Beach, Vu^toia, 23456 to to 
deatt irttt aad acted opoa to tte maaaer prescribed 
by tow. 

Tte City of Virgtoia Beach resenres tte right to 
' reject uy aad all tods. Tto cost of adrerttotog 
iackleat to said onUnaace shall to paid by tte 
Ctty of VirgtoU Beach which sbaU to reimborsed 
ttere-for by toe, persoo or persons or corporation 
to whom tte grant of said privilege to finally 
__ made. 

Tte lAxUnaMe propraiag to grant tte priTilege 
to u follows: 



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AN ^IffliAlTCE GRAMTING TO-- 



THE RIGHT AMD 



PRIVILEGE TO C(HfSTRUCT, OPERATE kHD 
MAIMTAn A CABLE TSLEVISKHf Sl^TEM 

wmmi ^a an Of immoAfXACu 

BE It ORtijUMlD BY T# COuilCtL OF tltt 
CTTY OF VIRGIMU BEACH, VBtGINU: 

Ttort a franchise to hereby granted to 

for tte right and privilege to coa- 

stmct, operate and matotato a caMe tetevtoioB sys- 
tem wtthto toe City of Virginto Beach for tte tors 
and upon toe condittons set forth to tte OHHa- 
lace Propostag to Grant such a franchise, said 
ordtoaace passei| by Cooacil on , 1975. 



Adopted l9 toe Coenca of tte Ctty of Vlrgtoto 
Beach, Vlrgtoto, oa tte day of , 1975 



\ 1. PURPOSE 

Tte purpose ot tUs ordlnaace to to profide 

^ tor tte regutotion of CATV systems to tte CHy 
of Vlrgtoto Beach to the public toterest to ac- 
cordaacc witt all riate and fo<teral tows. 
2. IMlaittotts 

A. -Ctty Manager' means tte Office at tte 
City Manager or its ageal. 

B. "City" meaas tte City of Vlr^ato B«a^ 

C. -Concil' means tte Ctty Comeil at Vir- 
ginto Beach. 

D. "Community Antenna Telerisioo SftHam" 
of aftfMttss, cabtes, wires, Iton, towers, 
wavsgaides. User beams or any otter coa- 
daetors, coaverters, e^ripraent or tocill- 
ttos itesigBed, coartneted or operated for 
tte porpMe of {voducing, receivi^, am- 
pUl^tlng, modifytog, and distribute, 
to wtote or to part by andto, video, and 
otter iorau of electronic or electrical si- 
gaato to aad from sidtscritors and ioca- 

' Uoes to and outaide of tto City ctf Vlr- 
gtoto Bewh, VUigtoto. It may also to re- 
forred to as "Broutoand Cable Ccmmua- 
icatton SyslMB.' 
B. "FraacMse' meaas aad iaeludes any aa- 
ttortxaOoa grarted hereoader to terms ^ 
. a fraachtoe, privilege, permit, Uceaae «■ 

^ ollttrwide to eoertruct, operate, and auto- 

tato a CATV syst»i to tte City. 

F. "Graatee" mnas tte person, firm or cor- 
poration to whom or to which a franchise 
to graced by Ctty Coaacil wKtor tUs or- 
dtoauM, m- anyone who sw:cee«to nid per- 
son, firm or corporation to acrardance witt 
tte fnnUUMa of ttto franchise. 

G. "Streeto" meaas tte public streeto, avea- 
aes, l^hways, bonlevarte, CTB C o urses , M- 
ven^, brld^, toaaHs, parks, paritwa^, 
Mtemys, docks, b^ikb^ds, iriarves, piers, 
allifs, aU otter pubUc rigfate-of-way «Bd 
easeiM»to, aad tte pubUc growito, ptaces 
w nten "wttto or belongiag to tte Ctty. 

H. 1) l^ital Gn^ Reels' rtall meaa a^ 
aad all ei^9»satton aad otter ensiderattoa 
collected or received or to ^ moBM- 
pined or derived 1^ graatee from tte opM-- 
atton ^ Us CATV syston. 
2) 'TcM Satocrib^ ReveMe* m- "Gross 
atecrtter Biv w w i' ataU man My Md 
aB c^pe^^ Md aOmt eoaU«Mia. 
to a^ lM« paid bf a si^crtber aad re- 
g eetoad bj tte gn^ artslag fttw tte 
mit el ito tfg^t moelUy scrvk* to tts 
Si^Brih^it wttto tte Ctty. to Miaptfag 
mM ^m, hnmw. aay Mies, sctv^, tnt, 
occqiati^ or oK^er Mdn toi slaD aot 
te taKhdad to tte Mtat Mdi to»s are 



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charged s^uatoly to addltioB to tto re- 
gutar moattly service charge and are re- 
mtttod by graMee to tte taaii« aattority. 
"FCC" meaas tte Federal Comnnmleatioas 
Comnto^a. 

"ResideaUal S^criter' mans a purchas- 
er (^.service delivered over tto system 
to aa indlvldaal dwelling lait, wtere tte 
Mrvtoe to aot to te Mllsed to coaacction 
witt a bitttaeM, tr^te or profession. 
"Mweribtf" mcus a porchaser of Mrvlce 
deUvered over tte system. 
1) "Basle Service" means tto delivery by 
tte grantee of toose audio and visual s^- 
aato re^tfred bjf tte FCC to to carried on 
a CATV sjvtem aad any broadcast televl- 
stoa ^gaals allowed ^ tte FCC to to car- 
ried oa a CATV system. 
t) -Additional Service" menu a^r com- 
municattons service otter than Basic Ser- 
vice, pnrtOed over ito system by tte com- 
puy directly or as a carrier for its sub- 
sidtories, affiltotes or aay otter person 
engaged to commnaications services toclad- 
tog, by way of enfflide but not limited to, 
bargtor alarm, dato or otter electronic 
totelligence iransadssloa, bcsimile repro- 
duction, meter reading, and tome shop^. 
"Chaaart" meaas a frequency band 6 MHZ 
to widtt ittich to capable of carrying a 
standard texndcast audto-video televtoion 
signal; fhrtter, its deftoitlon shall toclade 
tte followiag classes/types of channels, as 
qiecifled by FCC regntotions: 

1) CtoM I cable television channel: A 
slgaaUiag patt provided by a cable tele- 
vistaa system to ratoy to sidocritor ter- 
miaato tetevtotoa broadcast programs ttet 
are rac^vad ofl-tt-air or are obtained by 
mterowave or by direct comectioa to a 
totovtokm broadcast stoti<n. 

2) CtoM estate tetortoton diannel: A sig- 
aalliag pttt {Nnvided by a cable television 
system to deliver to snbscrltor terminals 
televtoiM sigaato that are toteaded for re- 
MpHoa by a tetevtotoa broadcast receiver 
wittont tte UM of aa aaxUtory decodtog 
device aad which riputo are not tovolved 
to a totMdcast traasmtosioa pi^. 

3) QaH ID caUe tolevtoioa channel: A sig- 
Mlling patt provided by a cable televtokm 
system to deliver to sutecriber terminato 
senate ttet are toteoded for recqitioB by 
e(|n4|Mnent otter than a televtoim broadcast 
receiver or by a tdevlsioa broadcast re- 
ceiver only when used witt auxiliary de- 
eodiag e(pi4>mait. 

4) Class IV cabte televtoion channel: a.irit^ 
aaUtog patt iwovided by a cable tolevtoioa 
S]«teffl to traasadt siguto ol any type 
from a sdwcrtter termiaal to aaotter p^ 
to tte eaUe tetevtotoa system. 
-Passed by tte CATV System" means Om 
coastradloa id tte system in a given area 
tea teMi wo ai pWad to tte jdai^i^ittat no 
^ijoir (NitMradfitf is reqritnl to provide 
Baste Setirtce qioa request. 
-PaUic AecaM Chaanel" means a channel 
M tte system whldi to reserved fbr use 
by tte pdUic on a dedicated, noo-c(wimer- 
eial, aoadiaertataatory basto, to accordance 
Witt tte rates of FCC. 

"Edaeailaa AeceH Ckaatel" meaas a channel 
« tte system ittlch to rewrved for use 
by wtocatioaal aattorttles ttesignated by tte 
Ctty, to aeeordaaee witt tte rates of tte 
FCC. 

'Loeal Goveraanat AecenChanaer means a 
chaaatf oa tte system wUA to reserved 
for ase I9 tte Ctty, to accordance witt 
tte ratea td ite FCC. 

-JteeeH Chanaeto" todndes all public, ed- 
aeatioa. local goverameirt, and leased duui- 
a^. 

-Leued Access Chaaror means a channel 
on tte system iMch to reserved for car- 
rtoge irf loogram material provided by per- 
soas wto leaM ^aatel time frttm tte gran- 
tee, toctading tte anased portion of tte 
paUte, ed a Mtto n , and local govemmeat ac- 
ceMdnaa^. 

Tte total Banker of sabscrtoers Mall te 
d^rmtoed as follows: to tte event a single 
foe to paid tor Mrvlce to a multiple dwei- 
Uag aitt, tte Domtor (rf equivalent sub- 
sciflwrs dam to determtoed by dividing such 
fee I9 tte ttM prevailing residential sub- 
seritor rate and roanding tte resulting 
ipiotleBt to tte ttMrest wtole numtor. To 
tUs numter shall te added tte numtor of 
all otter stfiMritars. 

"Year" means aay period of 365 consecu- 
tive days. 

"tatttol Snvfee ArM" meus ttet porttoa 
at tte City where mergized trunk cdile 
Mall to eiteaded and service shall to 
made anllalde to all persoas desiring said 
servtee wtthto five (5} years after tte re- 
Mipt of a Certifieate of CompiUace tma 
tte FCC. 

" A p p U cart " maau aay person, firm, cur- 
poration, or Mar entity wto or which np- 
l4ies for a cabte tetovist(» franchtoe pur- 
Maat to thto onUaaaea. 
"i^pife^M Form" mMastte staad^ form, 
toeorp^vted hereto by reference aad m«te. 
a part hnttt, lAlch mvat to competed 
Md s aia ^ad ^ eaitt vplteaat to order 
to »m^ te a eaUe trtevlatoa fraatttM 
petmmi to ttto onfiaaace. 
-Priae^- MMns for tte paipoaes ol tUs 
«#Maec aad Ite appHcattow form, 'any 
penoa, pvap ^ p«mh a^tog to «»eert, 
firm, cerporatloa, or Mier otUy wto or 
irtdA owM or CMtrols 3% w more of m 
indleatf 's ea^al Modi w to a member of 
Oie appHfaat's Board o^Unttan. 

3. FraaeUMMBlred;DBi^on;E^taslv- 

tty; ta^t» of Pwties; R iae gotto ttoa ol 

Fraa^M Teraui. 

A. ne Cl^ ^^ giMt a franchlM tor me 

Me Id tte stre^ vittto Om Ctty tor te coastrm:- 

ttea, opMstton, and mitataMace tf a CATV qrs- 

torn. 9o qntoa daUl to aOiwed to ocei^ or bm 

tte Mnato <d Vm Ctty mar shaU My ^^Mite 

aitosMd to operate wlttc^ a CATV FraaiMM. A 

CATV FramMM amy te a^uitod bf or^uma ody 

after tte Grantee's topi, daraeter, fiMaetol, teeh- 



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aical aad otter qualifications and tto adequacy and 
fMslbllity of its construction arrangements have 
bem approved by tte City as a part of a full public 
proceeding afionttng toterested |»rtles due process. 

B. 1) Tto fruchise shall to granted for a 
term of fifteen years; ttereafter, after full iwblic 
hearing(s), and according to the franchise-renewal 
invcedure ttat follows, tte franchise may to renew- 
ed for such term as to the opinion of Council 
will serve tte piMlc toterest. 

2) Procedure to consider franchise renew- 
al 

a) Thirteen montts tofore eqiiration 
of tte franchtoe, a CATV Evaluation Com- 
mittee whose memtorship stell consist 
of memtors of tte community and from 
City admtoistrative staff shall to appoint- 
ed by tte City Council to review tte 
periormance of tte francbtoee and tte 
content of toe CATV Ordinance. 

b) After givtog public notice, tto Com- 
mittee stell proceed to determtoe whetter 
tte (^rator tes< satisfactorily perf<»-m- 
ed hto obl^atlons under toe franchise. 
To determtoe Mtisfictory periormance, tte 
Committee shall lode at tte technical 
devel(q>mento and perforn^ance of tte sys- 
tem, programming,' (Miei- services offered, 
cost of service, and My (^er particutor 
requirement set to tte ordinance such 
u tte avaitobility of programming equip- 
mMt and personnel to aid access channel 
Mers; atoo, among ottor measuremente, 
tte Committee shall consider tto fran- 
cUsee's amual reports made to tte City 
or toe FCC. The participation of tte 
public and of toe Grantee shall to per- 
mitted during ttese considerations. 

c) A four montt period shall to pro- 
vided to (tetermtoe toe grantee's eligi- 
bility for rMewal. 

d) Ite Committee shall tten prepare 
within two montts any amendements to 
tte FrMChtoe Ordinance that it tolieves 
necesury. 

e) The Committee stell submit recom- 
mendations Witt regard to (1) renewal of 
tte franchise, (2) changes to tte fran- 
chtoe, and (3) amendments to tte FrM- 
chtoe Ordinance to City Ccnmcil for its 
consideratton. 

f)If tte City Council finds tte Grantee's 
periormance satistoctory, a new franchise 

may to granted pursuant to tte ordinance 
as amended. 
g) to tte event toe current Grantee is 
determined by City Council to have per- 
formed unsatlstoctorily, new am>licMto 
nuy to sought and evaluated by tto CATV 
Evaluation Committee and a franchise aw- 
<t ard made by City Council according to 
CATV franchising procedures adopted by 
tte city Coimcil! 
h) to conjunction witt tte canceUation 
^« a.<t M'V*''"- *'WM'*tlon gf tte franchise, and 
W - W .m¥kmmi^ W'ltadtog made ,bj_C15| 
Council ttat tte current Grantee's "per- 
formance has been or tes not been sat- 
totoctory. City Council reserves tte right 
to mate a franchise award to a new gnm- 
tee foUowing frMChtoing procedures adopt- 
ed by City Council. 

1) No determination of unsatistoctory 
pMt performance may to made unless 
tte Grantee has had full notice of tte 
posstoillty of such findings and a cbante 
to to heard; tte determination iteelf shall 
to supported by complete written find- 
togs of toct. to tte event of such a find- 
ing, tte Grantee shall to compensated to 
M amount equal to tte toir market value 
of tte system as a goli% concern, deter- 
mtoed by artitratlffli, eitter ttrough pur- 
chase of tte system by tte City pur- 
suant to Section 17 hereof or by pay- 
ment to him of ttet amount Iqr tte new 
Gnntee. 

C. Tte frucMse, righto, and privileges grant- 
ed pursuant to ttis ordinance are not exclusive and 
nothing to ttis ordtoance stell to construed to pre- 
vent a grant by tte City of a similar franchise, 
right, and privileges to otter persons or corponi- 

tiOBS. 

D. Tte right to toreby reserved to tte City 
to adopt, to addition to tte provisions contained 
tereto and to extoting ai^licable ordinances, such 
additional regutotions as it stell ftod necessary 
to tte exerctoe of its police power, provided, tow- 
ever, ttet notting to ttis provision shall operate 
to deprive or curtail tte rights and privileges of 
the Grantee as granted by this franchise ami pro- 
vided further ttet such regutotions to pursuMt to 
a Public Hearing to which tte Grantee shall to 
given nottce. 

E. 1) Scheduled Renegotiation Sessions. The 
City and tte Grutee shall hold scheduled renego- 
tiation sessions wittto ttirty (30) days prior to the 
ttird, sixtt, nintt, and twelfth anniversary dates 
of tte Grantee oUaintog certificatton for tte system 
from tte FCC. All such renegtrtiation sessions shall 
to' <9en to tto public and shall to announced by 
tte City to a newsfnper of general' circutotitHi at 
teast five (5) days tofore ^ch sessicm. 

2} Spectol Penegotiation Sessitms. Special 
rMepttotlon sessions may to held at any time Air- 
ing ite term of tte frMchise provided ttet tott 
tte City and tte GrMtee shall mutually agree cm 
tte time, tte ptoce and tte topics to to negotuted. 
AU swh renegotiaticm sessions stell to open to 
tte pddlc and anaomced to a newspaper of general 
drcatotion at least five (5) (toys before Mch seulm. 

3) T(9tes to Be Negcrtiated. Tto foUovii^ 
ti^cs shall to dtocossed at every scheduled rene- 
gtAtotioo sesston: service rate structures; free or 
disco^ed Mrvices; application of new technologtes; 
system pertemance; services provided; prognm- 
mtog offered; customer (»>mplainto, privacy and te- 
mM r^to; amentemto to this ordiunce; under- 
groand^ progress; and judicial and FCC rulings. 

T(9ics, in addition to ttose listed, may to 
added if agreed 1900 by tott parties. Mentors al 
tte geaeitd piAUc may wld titles eitter by work- 
tag ttrough tte B^dtotiv parties, or by presMt- 
tag a petiti(». If siKh a petition b^rs tte valid 
sigaatores of fifty (50) or more (paUfied electors 
al tte City, tte pn^osed topic or t(Hdcs Mall to 
added to tte list to to discussed at tte re^fotto- 
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4) Required Floancial Information. At all 
TMegottoUon s«Hioa«, the Graatee stell provide 
tte annual report for all years completed, contoining 
full cash flow information. Supplemental financial 
toformation r^arding tte operations of toe Grantee 
and toe system shall to promptly supplied by tte 
Gnmtee qmn tte request of tte City. 

5) Fact Finding aad Arbitration Permitted. 
Any matter which is dispded during a j-eaegotto- 
tion session may bfe submitted to bet finding or 
arbitration at tte mctiM of om of tte parties, 
as provided to tte Section toreto entitled "Arbi- 
tration." 

() Dtopute Over Financial Coaditioas. 
9iould a diqiate arise over whetter tte financtol 
conditton of tte GrMtee as reported pursued to 
ttis Section is in Sccord with generally accepted 
accounttog practices and principles as practiced in 
tte CATV industry, then such dispute shall to sub- 
mitted to fact finding or arbitration as provided 
to tte Section eaUttnl " Artdtration. " 

7) Disclosure After Renegottotion Session. 
Hie City stell at tte conclusion of all renegotia- 
tion sessions, issue a public stotement announc- 
ing all agreemento ttet were reached by tte parties 
as a reMit of tte renegottotion. 
4. Useoftte»reet 

A. Tbe Grantee shall teve tte right to use tte 
dreeto of toe City for toe construction, operation, 
and matotenance of a CATV system as prescribed, 
regutoted, and limited by provisions of this ordin- 
ance aad by stote, tocal, aad federal tow, bott 
present and foture. 

B. Tte right granted stell allow tte grantee 
to cgnstrud, erert, maintato, and operate such poles, 
conddto, towers, manteles, sutrways, wires, cables, 
an>Uances, and apiipmed necesury for tte safe 
and elficied operation of a CATV sydem; provided 
ttet 

Tte Grutee shall atiliae tte bcUiUes of 
utilities and subways wterever pradi- 
cable. 

In 00 case may the Grantee install poles 
where underground facilities are to use 
by utility companies withod aR»^>val 
of ite City Manager or withod tte con- 
sent of tte agency or dqnrtment de- 
signded by tte City Manager to give 
such consent, subjed to any limitotions 
or restrictions ddermtoed to to to tto 
public totered. 

Nottiq; to thto Section shall to C(»- 
strued to ad as a waiver of tte power, 
of tte City to require by ordinance tto 
Sttl)sUtution of under-ground service for 
overhead service 'to areas wtore tto < 
electric and/or telephone companies 

: ptoce tteir service undei^ romd. 

if. Nothing to this Section shall to coa- 
drued to relieve tte Graatee from ite 

obligaU(» to pay any fees or rent for 

/ . its HM of licllities of tte City, ntil- 
' tty compantos or otter legal entities. 

C. Tte gradee shall nd ered or install, 
move, alter or change tte location of My pole, 
tom^.^JlAco^ ^mM^ lf*ns. Uae, ^luritole, ca? 
ble '«r eqilpaual^ W aBy;dli^,aliey ot 'm/er pub- 
lic ptoce of tte Ctty or dig, cd or dtoturb any 
stred, alley or ottn* poblk ptoce (rf tte City w- 
less prior writton notice of ito Intention so to do 
to givM to such departmed or agMcy of Uie City 
as shall teve been or may to designated by tte 
City Council and permission in writing so to do' 
to gruted by such department or agency or such 
requiremed to waived by such departmed ori^Mcy. 
Such permtosioa shall to coaditfoned iq)oa c(Hn- 
pliance witt tte terms, conditions, provtoions, aad 
limitottoM of thto frMChise and witt such otter 
terms, provtoiou, coadttions, and limitotions as will 
preMrve, prated, aad promote tte safety of tte 
pd>llc using tte streeto, alleys, aad otter public 
ptoces of tte City and as will preveit toterfereace 
witt or obstruction of tte use of streeto, alleys, 
and (rtter public ptoces by tte City or by any (rtter 
public or dility or public service corporation 
tor tteir respective purposes and functions. Such 
permission shall also te ccmdltioned iq»n such otter 
terms, provistons, conditions, and limitotions m 
will preserve, protect, and promde tte hraltt, 
safety, and general weltore of tte City and iU cit- 
toens subjecf to tte towful exercise of, tte police 
power. 

D. to tte eved of tte relocation, construction, 
reconstruction, matotenance or rqiair by tte City 
of My df ito tocilittes or Mrvices now or here- 
after acqufred, and tocluding tot not limited to My 
stred, alley or otter public place, sewer, elec- 
tric, water, fire alarm, police communications or 
traffic codrol tocillUes or My part ttereof, or 
to tte event access to My dreet, alley or ottor 
public ptoce to or from My prt^erty of tte City 
to reqdred, and it is necessary to move, alter 
or relocate, eitter permauMtly or tonporarily. 
My of tte grantee's potes, towers, wires, iwUMces, 
eonddtoi sdnrays, lines, manJwles, cables or apiip- 
med or any part ttereof to tte pabllc right-of-way, 
to onter for tte City to rel<Kate, constrad, re- 
cottstrnd, matotato or repafr My siKh tocility, 
Mrvtoe, dreet, alley or otter pubUc ptoce or any 
such Mwer or eledrto, water, fire atorm, p(^ce 
communication or traffic control tocility, or My 
part ttereof, or to obtato access to or from such 
property, iqxw notice from tte City, tte grMtee, 
will move, after or relocate such pole, tower, ap- 
Idlance, conduit, sdnray, line, nuuitole, cable or 
ecpttom^ or part ttweof, at ito own cod and 
expeuM; and should tte gradee toil, refuse or 
neglect to comply witt such notice, such pole, tower, 
wire, appliance, coadiut, subway, line, mantole, 
cabte or eqatom«t or part ttoreof piay to re- 
moved, altered or reloeated by tto Ctty at tto cost 
(a tte grantee and tte Ctty shaU nd to liaMe to 
tte gradee for damagn resulting fit>m MCh re-~ 
moval, alteration or retocation. 

E. Tto gradee stall at no cod to tte City 
ered, instaU, and maintato on any of lU polra, 
towers, wlrea, appUaaces, conddts, subways, Unes, 
maatoles, cables or eipitoment to or near ite streeto, 
alleys, aad otter public ptoces al tte City such 
reasonable devices to appraise or warn persoM 
ustog tte streeto, alleys, and otter public {daces 
at tte olstMce al swft poles, towers, wires, ap- 
idlSMes, conddto, sdbways, manholes, Ums, caUes 
or e<^mrat as stall to from time to time reaaoa- 
ably preWftted or approved for pnrpcnes of pubUc 
safety by MCh dq?artment or agency of tte City 
as shall teve beM or may to iea^p»leA for tte 
purpow by tte City C^ncU and peradssta to wrtt- 

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lag so to do is (rasted bjt such department or ifeacy 
or such requirement Is waived by such d^wrt- 
ment or agency: 

F. The grantee shall have the right to remow, 
trim, cut, and keep clear of its poles, towers, wires, 
aiMi other overhead appliances and equpmeot, the 
trees in and along the streets, alleys, and other 
public plaices of the City, provided it first obtain 
a written permit from the City so to do. except 
in cases of emergency and further provided that 
in the exercise of such right, the grantee shall 
not cut, remove, trim or otherwise injure such 
.trees to any greater extent th*n is necessary for 
the installatiOD. maintenaDce, and use of such pole&, 
towers, wires, and other overhead alliances. 

G. The grantee in the exercise of any right 
granted to it by this franchise, shall at no cost to 
the City, promptly reconstruct, replace, restore or 
repair any facility or service of the City, now 
or hereafter acquired, including but not limited to 
any street, alley or other public place, sewer, 
electric, water, fire alarm, police communication 
or traffic control facility or any part thereof which 
may be damaged, disturbed or destroyed by the 
exercise of any stirh right, in a manner, with such 
materials and to the satisfaction of such depart- 
ment or agency as sl^l have been or may be de- 
signated by the City Council and permission in 
writing so to do is granted by such department 
or agency or such re<]uirement is waived by such 
department or agency; provided that should the 
grantee fail to comply with these requirements, the 
City shall have * the right to carry out the pro- 
visions of tl^is paragraph and grantee shall reim- 
burse the City for all expenses incurred in so do- 
ing. . 

5. Maintenance of the System 

A. The grantee shall at all times emi4oy 
ordinary care and shall install and maintain de- 
vices or systems for preventing failures and ac- 
cidents which are likely to cause damage, injur- 
ies or nuisances to the public. 

B. The grantee shall install and maintain its 
wires, cable, fixtures, and other equipment so as 
not to interfere with the equipment of any utility 
of the City or any other entity lawfully and right- 
fully using the conduit, pole, subway or other part 
of the right-of-way. 

C. The system shall at all times be kefrt in 
good repair and In a safe and acceptable condi- 
tion, according to all FCC technical requirements 
and tethnical standards contained in .grantee's bid. 

D. All conductors, cables, towers, poles, and 
— other components ^ tte system shall be located aa^ 

constructed by the grantee so as to provide mini- 
mum interfer«ice with access by adjoining property 
owners to the streets and public ways irar shall 
any pole or other fixtures of the grantee placed 
in the public way interfere with the Usual travel 
in such public way. 

E. Oiring the t«-m of ttils teaacMM atlA asf 
renewal ttiereof Hie Graahee shall maiotaiD within 
the City a local business office for the purpose 
of receiving and resolving all complaints regard- 
ing the quality of service, equipment malfunctioos, 
billing disputes and similar matters. The local 
Inisiness office shall be open to receive inquiries 
and complaints during normal business hours, and 
in no event less than 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon- 
day throi^h Friday. In addition, the Grantee Ihall 
maintain a twenty-four hour answering service and 
a qualified techiiician on call to that service so 
that any interierence with the operation tA the sys- 
tem, excliHling those of individual instnunmtalities 
cm private property, shall be corrected immediately. 
The Grantee shall respond to all service calls deal- 
ing with the malfunctioning of equipment in the 
possession of the sutiscriber within twenty-four 
(24) hours and correct malfunctions as promptly 
as possible, but in all cases not longer than forty- 
eight (48) hours after notification thereof, exc^ 
in circumstances beyond the control of the Gran- 
tee. Grantee shall ke^ a maintenance service log 
vrfaich shall indicate the nature of each service 
complaint, and the date and time thereof. This log 
shall be made available for periodic inspection by 
the City Mana!ger or his designated representative. 

F. Except in an emergency, the Grantee may 
interrupt service for maintenance and repair ser- 
vice only after notifying all subscribers at least 
forty-eight (48) hours in advance and only during 
periods of minimum use. 

G. The Grantee is hereby prohibited from leas- 
ing, selling or repairing television and radio 
receivers. 

6. Construction and Technical Standards; Initial 
Service Area; Extension of Service Area. 

A. Within sixty (60) days after accepting a 
franchise, the Grantee shall submit to the FCC an 
application for Certificate of Comidiance, along with 
all necessary suiqwrting materials. The City Mana- 
ger shall be given a copy of all documents so filed. 

B. The Grantee shall commence construction 
within ninety (90) days after the receipt of a Cer- 
tificate of Compliance from the FCC. 

C. The Initial Service Area, as defined in Sec- 
tion 2 of this ordinance, shall include all property 
within Virginia Beach north of the trace «f the fol- 
lowing described line: 

' Beginning at a point at the intersection of the City's 
western boundary with Chesapeake and Providence 
Road; thence south on the City's western boundary^ 
with Chesapeake to its intersection with Interstate 
64; thence north along Interstate 64 to its inter- 
section with Centerville Turnpike; thence north along 
Centerville Turnpike to its intersection with the wes- 
tern boundary of Level Green Subdivision; thence 
south along the western boundary and east along the 
southern boundary of Level Green Subdivision to 
its intersection with West Centerville Turnpike; , 
them^e south lifMg West Centerville Turnpike to 
its intersection with Kempsville Road; thence north 
on Kempsville Road to its intersection with the west 
boosdaries of the Wood Tract and Charlestown 
SrixUvisioo; tbew;e south along the west boun^u? 
of the Clarlertown Subdivision and generally north- 
east akmg the south boundaries of the Charlestown, 
Br^adoon, and Lake Christopher Subdivisions to 
tts i^rscction with Jixlian River Road; thence south 
alow Mi^ River R(»d to its intersection with the 
south bouwbry of the Rosemont Farms Subdivision; 
thence Mrth alone ^^ s°^ boundary of the Rose- 



mont Farms Subdivision and east akmg Recreatim 
Drive to its intersecttoo with ^em Road; thence 
east along the line of Recreation Drive extended 
to its intersectioe with Princess An^ R«m1; thence 
south along Princess Anne Road to its intersection 
with North Landstown Road; thence north along North 
Landstown Road to its intersectioD with Holland 
Road abd the Starling Farm Subdivision; thence east 
along the soutt b(nndary oi ttc Starliag Fann Sub- 
division to its intersection with prcqiosed Canal 
No., 2; thence soirth along the' line <i prcqio&ed 
Canal No.2 to its intersectioa with the west boundary 
of Colony Acres Stdidivisioa; thence south along 
Qie west boundary and east along the south toun- 
dary of Colony Acres Subdivision to its intersection 
with London Bridge Road; thence east along London 
Bridge Road to its intersection with Harper Road; 
ttience north along Harper Road to its intersection 
with Harper's S<piare subdivision; thence southwest 
along the nortberg boundary and south along the 
western boundary of Harper's Square and Derby Run 
suixlivisions, and north along Uie northeastern bound- 
aries of Derby Run subdivision to its intersection 
with Harper Road; thence north along Harper Rrad 
to its intersection with Oceana Boulevard; thence 
south along Oceua Boulevard to its intersection 
with Prosperity Road; Hience east along Prosperity 
Road to its intersection with General Booth Bou- 
levard; OieDce north along General Booth Boule- 
vard to its intersection with Croatan Road; thence 
east along Croatan Road to its intersection with 
the Atlantic Ocean. "This Initial Service Area shall 
include the pn^rty abutting both sides of the street 
which form the line." 

Additionally the Initial Service Area shall include 
the areas represented ^y the trace of the line com- 
mencing at the City's North Landing Elementary 
School and Vocational-Technical High School on North 
Landing Road and continuing eastward along North 
Landii^ Road to its intersection with Princess Anne 
Road; thence east along Princess Anne to its inter- 
section with Holland Road; thence north along Hol- 
land Road to and including Court House Forest Sub- 
division; th«ice north along Holland Road to the 
City's Kellam High School; additionally, from the 
intersection <A Princess Anne Road ani Holland 
Road eastward along Princess Anne Road to its 
intersection with Seaboard Road; thence south along 
Seaboard Road to its intersection with Lee Roy 
Drive; thence west along Lee Roy Drive to its 



The Initial Service Area as described above shall 
exclode any properties of Federal and State owner- 
ship; however, these areas of Federal and State 
ownership may be serviced at |he discretion of the 
Grantee. 



Hie iBttial Serfice Area as' desciflii^ above shall 
be served either by a direct cable line or by mic- 
rowave, at the option of the Grantee. :__v;4. .„ 

The Initial Service Area as described above is 
shown (m the ..map, «itiUed 'initial Service Area 
Map", which is attMhed >ef8l» and. made a part 

D. Within the Initial Service Area, the Grantee 
shall accomplish significant construction and make 
service available throi^hout a minimum of 20% 
of said area within one year after receiving a Cer- 
tificate of Compliance from the FCC. Thereafter, 
the Grantee shall equitably and reasonably extend 
energized trunk cable and make service available 
throughout at least an additional 20% of said area 
each year. Service shall be made available through- 
out the entirety of the Initial Service Area not later 
than five (5) years after receipt of ttie Certifi- 
cate of Compliance from -the FCC. As additional 
subscribers become available within the Initial Ser- 
vice Area, due to the construction of new tniildings, 
tlie Grairtee shall extend energized trunk cable and 
make service available as expeditiously as pos- 
sible to ensure that all persons within the Initial 
Service Area have cable service available at all 
times ttrouglKittt the term of the franchise. 

E. Outside the Initial Service Area, the Grantee 
shall extend its plant and make service available 
as rapidly as economically and technically feasible. 
At every scheduled renegotiation session, the Gran- 
tee shall give economic and technical reasons for 
continuing not to make service available to all per- 
sons within the City. All persohs affected by this 
policy shall lie given an opportimity to be heard 
at the renegotiation sessions. When discussii^ this 
issue, the City and the Grantee shall consider low 
cost construction techniques, variable fee structures, 
and aU ottier ideas which might permit the immediate 
extension of plant and service to 100% of the pot- 
ential subscribers. In addition to any extension 
arrai^ements negotiated with the Grantor, the Gran- 
tee may negotiate with potential subscribers in 
areas of marginal linear density for an equitalde 
sharing of costs to extend the cable television sys- 
tem into said marginal areas. Such Begtrtiatims may 
include, but not be limited to, various levels of 
construction costs, profitability, rate of return, in- 
stallation fees, and monthly subscripti(» fees. 

F. The Grantee shall operate the CATV system 
and maintain all technical standards as contained 
in its bid and shall continue to so operate and main- 
tata the CATV system until such time as the FCC 
promulgates new technical standards for CATV sys- 
tems, at which time the City Council bay adcqjt 
such standards. 

G. The Grantee agrees to conform to all FCC 
technical requirements for cable TV systems. 

H. The Grantee shall design and construct the 
plant in, such a manner as to provide technical 
cai»city fbr two-way digital communications. 
7. Services 

A. The system shall initially provide channel 
allocations and programming services as bid by the 
soccesshil bidder; and said channel allocations and 
programming services shall be a condition of the 
franchise. Further, the system shall initially iirovide 
either a minimum of twenty channels or a number 
as may be required by the FCC, which ever is 
gr^er. Pres^ - channel allocations required by 
the FCC are as follows: 

i. UHF and VHF bro»lcast channels required 

by the FCC all 

ii. Local Government Access Channel 1 

iU. Education Access Chisnel 1 

iv. Public Access Chanbel. 1 

V. Leased Access Channel remainder 



B. Tke jnatee jgrees that if any crtber mim- 
ber of access ctaaaels (Aer ftan Irased (dtanneU 
is offered to be dedicated for any purpose includ- 
ii^ but not United to, those mentioMd abovs, H 
will file along wi^ the InformatMa required to 
receive a Certificate of Compliance as reqirired by 
SecUoB 7 A of this wdinance a request for a miver 
of the appUcation of federal regulatim «4? C.F.R. 
Secti0B76.»l 

C. 11w operating rales estatrtbfted by Ok fran- 
tee tor the Public Access, Education Access, and 
Leased Access Chauiels shall be f nbmitted to Uw 
Office of the City Manager tor review aad corauMOt 
before filing with the FCC. 

D. The City shall establish operating rales and 
jffocedures for flie Local Government Access Ctan- 
nel or Channels. 

E. The grairtee ^all ^wide Basic Service aad 
one free outlet to each of the fOjlowihg public 
facilities: all courthouses, prisons, reformatories, 
detention centers, public hospitals, police and tire 
stations, municipal offices, and public schools viiich 
are passed by the CATV system as defined in this 
ordinance. The grantee shall provide service to new 
constnictfoB hereinafter provided for the above pub- 
lic facilities. The City of Virginia Beach reserves 
the r^ to provide service to public facilitira 
outside of the franchised area at its own expense, 
includii^ technical expansion expenses. 

F. In tte event of an emergency or disastn-, 
the grantee shaU, upon the request of the City 
Manager or his designated agert, make available 
iU faculties to the City of Virginia Beach for «n- 
ergency use for the duration of such emergency 
or disaster. 

G. The grantee shall dedicate additi(nal Access 
Channels, channels for originatioa cablecasting, and 
all facilities and services as required by the FCC. 
8. Rates 

A. The initial residential ratra for installa- 
tion, monthly television, and FM radio service, as 
well as the initial rates for comfflercial and mul- 
tiple dwelling subscribers, shall be as bid by the 
successful bidder and accepted Iqr City Cooncil 
after its review, and after a pidiUc hearing has be«i 
held prior to the award of the franchise; provided 
that all bids shall conform to the mininwi re- 
quirements of this section. 

B. The grantee shall not charge a disoMmect 
fee. 

C. The Grantee may collect a secnrUy deposit 
from each subscriber at a rate which is uniform. 

D. Changes in rates for Basic Service shall 
be authorized by the Ctty only after consideration 
at the scheduled renegotiation sessions provided Iw 
in Section 3E above. Such changes in rates shall 
be adopted by the City, by written resolirtiOB, only 
after a Public Hearing which shall be annonnced 
Iqr written notice publidied in a nev^aper of gen- 
eral circulation at least tea (10) days before the 
date of the bearii^. A request for a change in rates 
may be initiated by either the Grantee or the City. 
Such requests shall be a matter of public record 
and shall be accompanied by written justificatiaa 
for the change. 

• e. > P»r"iieNH;a"iiiiM")litlwr owrtiaiir-df un- 
dergreuBd' fecdw "caldt, 'in^tte evenfOie-Jtttbnce 
from the center line of Oe street, alley or easement 
occupied Iqr the feeder c^e to any (wtlet at the 
suiiscribers set exceeds 150 feet, the Grantee may 
make an additional charge tak to exceed the actual 
direct cost to the Grantee attributable to sadi dis- 
tance in excess of ISO feet. For underground service 
from an overhead cable, the Grantee may diarge. 
In addition to the charge stated above, the differ- 
ence between the Grantee's incurred varial^ cost 
of providing ander«romd*ticilities and the estimated 
cost of constructing equivalent aerial facilities. 

F. The Grantee may petition the City Council 
for a review of any rate, or notify Council (rf a de- 
sire to taiitiate a new service at any time. Coun- 
cil may defer final actioB on such request until 
such time as in tiw discretioB tA Council irill serve 
the pidiUc interest; provided, however, that in no 
event shall such delay in final action extend more 
than three (3) months totmt tte date of any such 
petition. 

G. Except as provided herin, no landlord shall 
demand or accept payment from Grantee in exchange 
for permitting cable television service, on or within 
said landlord's property or premises. Upon ap- 
plication to the City by a landlord, a copy of which 
shall be served opon the Grantee, the Ctty may ap- 
prove the payment of a reasonable fee to com- 
pensate the landlord for direct expenses attriim* 

~ table to the installation of the cable television ser- 
vice. The Grantee lAall be a necessary party to any 
such determination and shall be afforded an im- 
portunity to comment upon or oppose such appli- 
cation. 
9^^ Compensation 

\ A. The Grantee shall pay, as compensation to 
theii City, an annual fee of 3% of its gross subscri- 
lier receipts. In the event that it is determined 
that the FCC lacks tte jurisdiction to impnu tke 
3% limitation on franchise fees, w Uiat the limit 
is r£sed' dr *^e fee basis is changed to allow re- 
venues from other than sul>scriber receipts to be 
used in calculating the fee, then the franchise fee 
shall be nAject to renegotiattm. In the event that 
the parties cannot agree vpnn a new franchise fee, 
the matter shall be sutatitted to arbitratioa. Any 
resttltir^ award shall be retroa^lve. 

B. The Grantee shall pay tbe above fee to tke 
City in quarterly installm«its, wch payments to be 
made to tte Trrasurer of Uie City (rf Virginia B^ch 
within thirty days after the '^larter ends, c» »ich 
forms as(the Treasurer may require. 

C. Each year during which tiM frandrise is 
in force, the grantee shall file with tte City m 
later than flftem days after the actual tiling date 
<d the grantee's Fetteral Incmae Tax S^arns, a 
a>mplete ftaaadal staten^ covering tte grantee's 
(^ratioes, ineludi^ a balance she^, a pntft and 
loss statement, and such other aceoiatlag state- 
ments as may be determined necessai? by tte City,, 
prqared Iqr a Certified PdiUc Accourtant uoordiflg 
to generally acceptedKcovitii«prtaci^es, and show- 
ing in detail araoag (rther ttlngs, groM recevts 
and gn^s aihsCTttwr reve^ as d^ned terein, 
and the Mt operating pnAt of the grantee dMiag 
tte fiscal yrar eoi«red bv the flaaneial stidciBeit. 

D. In tiie event that paynot is not made ga 
or before tte applicable date s^ in pangr^A B 
of this Sectioa, interest on sack payaieri or por- 
tion ttereof shall anroe to tte C^ turn wtA Ate 
at one pef e^ above tte ai^rige ttrnM ^ne 
interest rate prevaili^; in the City. 



E. Wo aee^tance <rf say paym^ shall be coa- 
straed as a release- or as an accord tod satii- 
tectiM of any clai» Ihe City may have for fnrUier 
or aiMitional sums payabte unter ttis ordinance. 

F. Hotting conlataed In this onttnance shaU 
be constTMd to «»Bpt tte grartee from any tax, 
levy or assessment which is now or which may 
hereafter be authorized by law. 

10. Reports . 

A. Within six mratts df the date of its ac- 
ceptaiKe of its franchise, ^ grantee stall »if 
aiit to tte City Manager a plan reflecting the date(s} 
on which tte grantee pUns to complete installation 
of tte CATV system wittta tte various parts of 
tte City. The City may from time to time, require 
such additiMial reports on tte progress of construc- 
tion or otlMr ittforination as it may deem necessary. 

B. Coi^s (rf any agreemsirts, reports, petitioBS 
or oUier documents filed with or received from any 
local, state or federal goverament relatim to tte 
Grantee's (^rations wittln the City shall be fil^ 
Witt the City Manager within five (S) days. 

11. Books and Records <A tte Grantee 

A. The grairtee shall maintain an office in Uie 
aty for so loif u it continues to cqierate tte sys- 
tem or any portion ttereof and shall designate such 
trffice as the place wl^ere all notices, directions, 
orders, and requests may be served or delivered 
under ttis ordinance. The City Manager or City 
Council shall be notified of Uie location of siiih 
office or any change ttereof. 

B. The grantee shall ke^ complete and accur- 
ate books of account and records of its business 
and operattons under an in cconection witt the 
ordinance and franchise. All such books and re- 
cords shall be maintained at tte grantee's (rffice 
iatteCl^. 

C. Within tM days after giving written notice, 
the City Manager shall have access to all books 
of account and records of tte grantee for the pur- 
pcMe (rf asc«1aiBing tte correctness of any and all 
reporto aad shall be given access to all supple- 
mentary financial and engineering records upon re- 
quest. 

D. Any false entry In tte books of acc(Nmt 
or recOTds of the graatee or false statement in tke 
reports to tke Ctty as to a material fact, knowingly 
made by tte grantee skaU constitute tte breach of 
a BUterial provision of tte ordinaace and franchise. 

12. Li^Uity for Damages 

A. The grantee agrees and binds itself to id- 
emni^r, keep, and hold free and harmless tte City 
trom any and all liaWity or costs pertaiaiog tttere- 
to arising from any activities herein authorized 
in that tke grantee shall pay, and by its acceptance 
of ttis franchise tte grantee specifically agrees that 
it will pay all damages aad praalUes which the City 
may be Icfally required to pay as a resnlt of grant- 
ing this franchise. These damages or penalties shall 
inebide but shall not be Umited to damages aris- 
ing out of oiiqrright infringements^iad all otter 
damages arising out of Installation, operation or 
maintenance of tte CATV system wthorized hereto 

i.1«rt^i.Wl. Wfc;*« ^'y« *''^*»'*" CO WN ai ned 
^^;is «)ih^Md,;fll9)iM«i •p^^x)lD)»t«d.{>y<it|iis fran- 
'ckUe." , ,„n... 

B. Tke grantee shaU pay and tqr its tsce^ 
tance (rf this franchise specifically agrees that it 
will pay all expenses incurred by tke City in de- 
foading itself witt regard to all damages and pen- 
alties meatkHwd in subsection A above. These ex- 
penses slall include all out-(rf-pocket expenses, 
such as attorney fees, and diall also include the 
reaa^onaUe valae of any«services rradered by the 
City Attoraey or his assistants or any employee 
of the City. 

C. Tke graatee skall file witt the City, prior 
to coBiaencemeat of tke construction of the CATV 
system and ttereafier maintain in fUll force and 
effect at all times for tte foil term of tte franchise, 
at tte eiqwBse of the grantee, a comprehensive lia- 
Ulity insurance policy naming tte City of Virginia 
Beach as addttional insured, writien by a company 
authorized to do business in tte State of Virginia, 
in a form approved by the City Attorney, protecting 
tte City against liaUlity for loss of personal in- 
jury and property damage occasioned by tte instal- 
lation, removal, raainteaance nr operation of tke 
CATV system Iqr tte grantee in the ioUowttg nini- 
mum amomds: 

|SM,000 f^ property damage, any one occur- 
rence. 

$1,000,000 for prtqwrty damage - aggregate. 
1500,000 for any personal injuries to any one 
person. 

|l,flN,(N10 tor pervoaal injuries in any one 
occurrence. 

Ad(tttioaally, an eadorsenMnt shall be effected 
to dtainate tte normal XCU ezclusicw. 

Tke graolee Miall also file witt tte Ci^ a 
eomprekaasive aidomobUe liability poUcy written 
Iqt a company aidhorized to do business in tte State 
Id ViffMa, in tke amoimts set fortt above, for all 
owned aad kired vehtoles operated bj tte grantee. 

An UaUllty insurance rcqfuired in this sectioa 
skall be kept in tall force and effect by tte grantee 
(hiriag tte existence of tte franchise and until after 
tte removal of all poles, wires, cables, underground 
coadutts, manholes, and otter conductors and fix- 
tares ttcidrat to. the maiirtenance and operaUfm of 
tke CATV system as defined in this ordinaace. 

13. Secari^Fund , 

A. Wittin thirty days after Uie acceptance of 
this fi-aaehiae, tke Grantee shall deposit witt tte 
City InifBueT aad maintain cm dqwsit ttrough the 
term of its franchise, tte sum of $10,000 in cash 
and in additton shall post a construction performance 
bold in favor of tte City of Virginia Beach in tte 
amowt (A $SOO,000. The cash dq)osit shall serve 
as seenrity for tte faithfol performance by the 
grantee of all of tte provtslcMS of ttis ordinance, 
acepti^ ttose pertaining to coostructioi of tte sys- 
tem, and compliance witt all orders, permits, and 
directions of any agency of tte City having juris- 
dictiaa over its acts and defaults wider ttis ordin- 
Mce, aad Ike paymett tqt tke Graatee <rf any claims, 
UaH, aad ttxiM due the City which arise by r^son 
(A tte eper^ott or maintenance of the syAem. 
Tte eautraction performance bosA shall serve as 
teemlty for tte laitttal performance by tte Grantee '^ 
ef all ^tmsloBs of ttis ordinate pertaini^ to tte 
ooa^ra^ian itf tte sy^m and shall be in swh 
imk Md *tt 8w:h mt^ as anirovm] by tte City 
Attorney. T^ exotracttcm performance brad shall 

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be redieed }n pro rata tacrements as construction 
iiWirtnwU are completed, upon completion of 
«»strw:llon as required by tbe franchise, the Gran- 
tee shall maii-.tain an q[>eratinf performance tjond in 
tte ainouot ol $«»,000 for tke duratkai of the fran- 
chise. If the Grantee has made aU required pay- 
merts and shall have complied with all provisions 
of this ordinance, the City Treasurer shall l>e re- 
hired to pay annually to the Grantee all interest 
Mroed from the iitvestment of the cash deposit 
•t a rate of «ie aifd one half percent above the 
average quarterly prime rate on or before July 
1 of each year in which this franchise is in effect. 

B. Within thirty days after notice to it that 
any amount has been witMrawn from the security 
Aiod dqiosited pursuant to paragrafrii A of this Sec- 
tion the Graotee shall pay t«, or deposit with the 
City Treasurer a sum of money sufficient to re- 
store such security And to the original amount of 
110,000. 

C. If tke Grantee fails to pay to the City any 
compensation within the time fixed herein; or fails 
after ten (kiys notice to pay to Uie City any taxes 
doe and unpaid; or fails to repay to the City within 
such ten days any damages, costs or expenses which 
the City shall be compelled to pay by msonof 
any act or default of the grantee in connection with 
tlUs ordiaance or its franchise or fails after three 
days noUce by the City Manager of such failure 
to comply with any provision of this ordinance or its 
frueUse which the City Manager reasonably deter- 
mtaies can be remedied by an expenditure of the 
seeiultjr, the Treasurer may immediately withdraw 
the same ^amount thereof, with interest and any 
penalties, from the security fund. Upon such with- 
drawal, the Treasurer shall notify the Graotee of 
the amomt and date thereof. 

D. The cash dqtosit and the construction per- 
formance bond and canting performance bond post- 
ed pwsttat to paragraph A of this Section shall 
become the property of the City in the event that 
the franchise is canceled by reasoi of the default 
fA the Grantee. The cash deposit shall be retained 
by the City and returned to the Grantee at the ex- 
piratkn of tte framibise provided tiiere is tiien no 
outstandtag default ra the part of tlie Grantee. 

E. The rights reserved to the City with re- 
spect to the security fund are in addition to all other 
ligAts of the City, whether reserved 1^ this ordin- 
ance or aathorlxed by law, and no action, pivceed- 
lag OT eiercise of a right with respect to such se- 
carity find shall affect any other right the City 
nujr have. 

14. Foreelosvre 

Upon Uie foreclosure or other )ndlclal sale of 

all or a substantial part of the system or iqxm the 

termination of any lease covering all or a sub- 

i£ui^l part of the system, the Grantee shall notify 

the City Manager of such fact, and such noUQca- 
Uon dttll be tretfed as a ooUficaUon that a cha^e 
in control of the Grantee has taken place and the 
provisioos of Sectioo 16 of ttiis ordinance, governing 
the cons^ of the City tb such' cliaiKe hi edbtrol 

•> flt flMr-taraiitei am 4Wt'«<i<«%^^^''^ or 
agreemeBt fA sale of all or a substantial^ psrt of 
the tystem, which is made expressly subject to 
City Cooncil approval of the transfer of the fran- 
chise, idiaU wA be deemed a "sale" fereonder, un- 
less and urtil sach City Council approval is grairted, 
provided the t>natee or a dnly coostttated receiver 
or trustee romain^ in operational control |H-ior 
to 4ach City Council approval! 

IS. Sec^versUp 

Hw City shall have the right to cancel this 
i^uKhise oae hudred and twenty days after ttie 
VPOiataCBt of a receiver or trustee to take over 
aod conduct the business of the Grantee whether 
in receivership, reorganization, faanknqitcy or other 
action or proceeding, unless such receivership or 
frasteesh^i shall have been vacated prior to the 
, eqiiration of said one hundred and twenty days, or 
wiless: 

1. Withhi one hundred and tw^y days after 
us electiOB or appohitment, such receiver or trus- 
tee dall have ftilly ecmvlied with all the provisicns 
of this ordinance and remedied all d^ults there- 
ander;aad, 

2. Saeh FTCeiver or tnotee within said one 
haadred and twenty days shall have executed anagree- 
ncirt, duly a^iroved by the court having jurisdic- 
tk» in tte premises, wherry sach receiver or trus- 
tee assumes and agrees to be bound Iqt each and 
every praivishn of this ordinance and the fran- 
chise granted to the original Grantee. Appointment 
of a receiver or other transfer of control pursuant 
to this Section shall be governed by and be in com- 
pUaace with applicable rules and regulations <rf the 
FCC. To the extent that FCC or other approvals 
are retpired, Grantee shall assist and co(^rate 
in the oMaiahig of such an>roval. 

16. Bestrictimis Against Ass^ment 

A. Mo transfer of control or assignment of 
the franchise, the cable television system, or any 
part thereof shall be effective without the prior 
writtm ccmsent of the City Council, which consent 
^tU not be nnrealonably withheld. 

B. The consent or approval of the City Council 
to any assignment, lease, transfer, sublease or mort- 
age of the francUse granted to the Grantee shall 
not ciNisUtute a waiver or release of the right of 
tte City is nd to the streeU. 

C. Tie grantee shall prt>m|Aly notl^ the City 
Manager of any actual or prc^osed change in or 
tnosfer of or acquisition by any other party, of 
cotfrol of the grantee. The word "control" as used 
herein is wA limited to majority stock ownership 
but includes actual working control in whatever man- 
ner exercised. Every ehaiwe, transfer or aecpisi- 
tloa erf eoBtrol of tte grartee slaU make the fi^a- 
chise subject to cancellation i^ess and until the 
City Council shall have consented thereto. For the 
purpose of detennininf whether it shall cMsent to 
sneb cha^e, transfer or acqulsitin of cmtrol, 
the City CoaiK:il may im^ire into the (^UficatMMs 
ol tte |nt>spectlve ctMrolUog party, ami the grairtee 
dttU assi^ tte City Cp^U in any such inquiry. 
9» City Cc^U (toes not schtfnle a taul^ m 
tte natter within sWy ^ys after noUcecrfthe cla^e 
or propose! (te«e and tte flUog irf a petitiM re- 
9iestii« tts ^nsmt, it AaU be darned to tave 
coBi e ^d . ta M oMrt ttat the City Co^eU ^fapts 
a reatdation denyii^ its ccnsent and such cta^e. 



transfer or accpiisiUon of control has been effected, 
the CUy Council may cancel the franchise unless 
control of the grantee is restored to its status prior 
to the change or to a status accq}table to the City 
Council. 

D The Grantee may mortgage or pledge the 
grant, system, or any part thereof, for financii^ 
purposes, and may engage in the sale of its stock 
publicly and in accordance with applicable la*s. 
Any montage or plc<^e shall be subordinante to the 
rights of tte City under ttis ordinance and awHcable 
law, and shall be subject to the prior written con- 
sent of Council, whose consent shall not be un- 
reasonablv withheld. 

17. Cancellation and Expiration 

A. The City shall have the right to cancel 
. tte franchise if tte grantee fails to comply with any 
material and substantial provision of this ordinance 
or of the grant of tte franchise or any reasonable 
order direction or permit issued by any City de- 
partment or ageqcy pursuant to such material and 
substantial provision or any rule or regulation pro- 
mulgated by tte City wUch Is reasonable in light 
of, and consistent witt asy provision of this ordinance 
or tte franchise; or if the grantee persistently fails 
to comply witt any provision of either, or any 
reasonable order, direction or permit issued. Can- 
cellation shall be by resolution of tte City Council 
duly adopted in accordance with the following pro- 
cedures: 

1. The City Manager shall notify the grantee 
<rf tte aUeged failure or persistent failure 
of compliance and give the grantee a reason- 
able opportunity to correct such failure or 
persistent failure or to present facts and 
argument In refutation of tte alleged failure 
or persistent bilure. 
IL If tte City Manager then concludes that there 
Is a basis for caacetlation of tte franchise 
pursout to paragraph A of this Section, 
It shaU notify tte grantee ttereof . 
ill. If wlttin a reasonable time the grantee 
does not remedy and/or put an end to the 
alleged failure or persistent foilure, tte 
City Council alter a public hearing by the 
City Council on notice, may cancel tte fran- 
chise if it determines that such action is 
warranted under paragraph A of this Section. 

B. If for ten omsecutlve days, tte system or 
any part ttereof, is tt(^ratlve, or if the same is 
iaoperative for thirty days out of any consecutive 
twelve montts, tte City Council may cancel the 
franchise. 

C. The grantee shall not be declared in de- 
ihult or Im subject to any sanction under any pro- 
vision of ttis ordinance or tte franchise in any 
case in which tte performance of any such provision 
is prevented for reasons beyond its control. 



O. If all or part of the streets within the CHy 
an closed or discootinBed as provided by statute, 
then the franchise aod all rights and privileges here- 
nder witt respect to ssald streets or any part 
thereof so ctosed or discontinued, shall cease and 
desist upon tte date of tte adoi^on of tte ordiaance 
u ^$^llftM|t><Us«>9tlOuin««ach«treets.andth»c(w|»ay 
„gMM ..oot, be eatftkid 1o teaagea from ttet^Ctty 
doe to the closing or discootiguance of such streets, 
or fn- injury to any part of the system in the streeU 
(»■ for tte removal or relocation of tte same. 

E. U the system is taken or cendemoed pur- 
suant to Uw, tte franchise shall, at tte of^on 
of tte City Council, cease aad desist on tte date 
of tte vesting title pursuant to mch takli« or con- 
demnation and any award to the grantee in coonec- 
tioa Witt such takiof or coodemnation shall not in- 
chide any valnatini baaad oo the franchise. 

F. Upon cancellation or expiration of the fran- 
chise, tte City shall have the right to purchase 
the system in accordance witt paragraph G of this 
Secttoa, and tte City Council may direct tte gran- 
tee to cease operation of tte system. If the City 
eleete to purchase the system, the grantee shall 
promptly execute all appn^riate documents totrans- 
fer title to the City, and the grantee shall assign 
all other contracts, leases, licenses, permits, and 
aiqr otter rights necessary to maintain continuity 
of service to tte public. Hie grantee shall coop- 
erate Witt tte City, or such agency or person au- 
thortzed or directed by the City Manager to operate 
the system for a temporary period in malntainii^ 
co^naUy of service. Nothing herein is intended 
as a waiver of any other right the City may have. 

G. If the franchise: 

i. is cancelled by tte City Council by reason 
of tte Grantee's itefault, tte system shall, 
at the election of tte City, become tte 
pnverty of the City at a cost not to ex- 
ceed 90% of the &ir market valve of the 
system as a going concern, including (Ays- 
ical assets and intangibles. Such fair mark- 
et value, if not t^reed upon, shall be de- 
termined by arbitcation as provided in Sec- 
tioa II (tf this ordiaance. 
ii. terminates by eq>iration of its term, the 
purchase price to tte City of tte system 
shall be its full fair market value as a 
going concern, inclodii^ physical assets and 
inta^ibles. Such fair market value, if not 
agreed upon, shall be determined by arbi- 
tration as provWed in Section 18 of this 
ordinance, 
iii. terminates by the assumirtlon of ownership 
of tte system by the City, the City Coimcil 
shall make every effort to secure the sale 
of tte system to a person satisfactory to 
tte City. In seekii^ such a person, tte City 
Cwncil shall advertise for bids and use 
such otter reasonable and practicable means 
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It. Arbitration 

A. H^ers which are expressly arbitrable under 
tte provistons of ttis ordlnaMe stall be determined 
by an Arbitration Panel which shall consist of not 
more than ttree members to be named by the City 
C<mcll and toe grantee. Where arbitratta Is ex- 
pressly aatooriaed by this onUnance, the decision 
of tte Artttrati<m Panel shall be a condition pre- 
cetait to any cause of action based on sachex- 
I^sly arbitrable matters . 

B. V tte City Council anl grantee agree oa a 
ttree member panel, tte membership shall be Me 



person named by the grantee, one member named 
by tte City CouncU. with the ttlrd member or pre- 
siding officer to be named by the grantee s re- 
presentotive aod the CouacH's r^vetMtative acting 
jointly. If they fail to agree as to tte presiding 
officer, the presiding officer shall be named in the 
same manner as provided in paragraph D. of this 
Section. 

C. If the parties choose to m.me a sidgle 
member panel, such member shall be named by 
the grantee and tte Council actli* jointly. 

D. If the parties cannot agree as to the third 
member of the three member panel as ilescribed 
in paragraph B of ttis Section or as to the single 
member panel as provid^i in paragraph C of this 
Section, tten after ten days notice on moticxi of 
either party, the court having jurlMctlon of the 
matter in dispute shall ^lolnt the member nec- 
essary to complete the Arbitration Panel. 

E. Each party shall near the expenses of its 
own representative. The expense of the third re- 
presentative shall be borne equally by the grantee 
and tte City CouncU. Tlw eiqienses of the arbi- 
traUon shall he borne as determined by the Ar- 
bitration )>anel in its award or finding, but to no 
event shall tte City be obliged for more than one- 
half of tte expenses. 

F. The determination' of the single member 
panel or a majority of a ttree member paael 
shall be binding on tte parties. 

19. Day to Day RegaJation 

A. The City Manager after af(ordli« the Gran- 
tee a reasonable q^rtmiity to be beard shall 
devise, promulgate and administer such reasonable 
rules, regulations and procedures as may tte re- 
quired to Implement the provisions of this ordiaance 
and the franchise ordinance, or any sri>se(|uent or- 
dinance, ruling, contrad, or agreement ad(q>ted 
or entered Into by tte City CouncU witt regard to 
tte CATV system. &ich rales, regulattons, aod pro- 
cedures shaU be reasonable aad confiaed to matters 
pertaining to the day to day nforcement of policies 
adopted Iqr the Council 

B. In eases where requests for service or hd- 
justments have beea ignored or unfilled for other 
than just cause, the City Manager shall have the 
power to require the Grantee to provide service to 
response to aU reasonable requests as tte City Mana- 
ger may determine. 

C. The Grantee may appeal any decision made 
pursuant to this section as provided for in Sectioo 
22 of this ordliiance. 

• D. Nothing in this seetton riuill be construed 
to act as a waiver of any otter rights or powers 
the City might have against the Grantee for any of 
the situations described in paragraphs A-D of this 
secti(w. ^ 

20 Liquidated Damages 
■^^ A. For non-compliance with any of tte fort- 
going material provisions of ttis ordinance, there 
shaU be assessed as liquidated damages the fol- 
lowing: 

I. for failure to submit plans indicatiBg ex- 
pected dates of Installation of various parts 
of the system as provided for ia Sactitm 
lO^A - «fl»1»er day. y 

II. for failure to commence operaticte ia^ac- 
, cordance witt Section 6-B - $200 per day, 

or at the discretion of City Comcil, for 
each three (3) noaths delay ia conmeoce- 
ment of operation tte term of the fivnchise 
may be retticed by one (1) year. 

Ul. for lUlure to conqriete coutructioo and in- 
stallation of tte s]ntem as provided for to 
Section 6-C and 6-D - |2S0 per day, or at 
the discretion of City CouncU, for each 
ttree (3) magths delay ia tte completioa 
of construction and tte installation of the 
system, the term of tte franchise may b* 
reduced by one (1) year. 

iv. Failure to provide date of SectioBS 6-10 

and 19-350 per day. 
V. for persistent failure to comply witt reasoa- 
abte recommendations of the City Manger 
relating to rates or services as provided 
for in Section 19 and sudi reasoaalde re- 
vests or recommeodations as may be made 
irarsuairt to avtbority granted t^ this or- 
dinance - 3^ per day. 

vi. for faUure to restore the cash teposit as 
required in Section 13B withtt ifce ^>ecifled 
thirty days, the entire cash deposit re- 
maining (if any) and the fhU amouat of the 
operating performance bond shall be for- 
feited. 

B. The Grantee shall not be Uable for aay 
failure to meet any aad all of the above require- 
ments due to Federal, State or local action, statote 
or ordinance, act of God, riot or other civU dls- 
tarbance. 

C. The Grantee may appeal any peaaKy which 
it CO isiders unreasonable as provided for in Section 
22 of this ordinance. 

21. Hiring and Employra«it Practices 

The Grantee shall not refuse to hire or employ, 
. aor bar or discharge from employmeit, aor dis- 
criminate against any person to compensatiim or ia 
terms, conditions or privll^es of employment be 
cause of age, race, creed, color, national origin 
or sex. 

22. Appeals 

In the event the ^rai^ea questions the- reason- 
ableness of any order, reqidrement, decisioa or other 
action taken by the City or shall be of the qdnion 
that the City lacks authority to take such action, 
tte Grantee shaU be aUoved to appnl tte onter, 
requirement, decistos or otter action to tte City 
Couacll. The notice of (Ajectloo and re^ie^ tor an 
af^eal shall te maite in writing to tte City Manager 
w[thin two weeks of the (4>)eettoBable order, re- 
qdfrement, decisioa or otter actie*. Tte effectivraess 
of such order, Mc. may te stayed by tte actios of 
tte City CouncU upon ite rece^ of tte notice fA 
cAjectlon, pending tte Council's final determioatloB 
of tte app»l. This stay shaU not affect any re- 
tnMctive appUcatioa <A CouncUs iqibolding any such 
order, etc. 
23. Sundry Provisiraa 

A. Every direction, aoUce or at^x to te ser- 
ved ^M» tte grartee shall be sent to its office in 
tte City by registered maU as estabUsbed by Sec- 
tion llA of this ordinate. Every notice servni 
iqxm the City steU be deliverwi or scat by regis- 
tered maU to tte Office (tf tte CiQr MaH«er, Maal- 
cii»l Center, VirginU Beach, Vi^iaia 234S6. Tte 



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ilelivery or mailing of such notice or order shall 
te deemed to have been given at the time of delivery. 

B. AU provisions of this ordinance shall apply 
to tte grantee, its ^ccesMrs. and assigns, as such 
may te approved by City CouncU in accordance 
with this oi-dinance. 

C. The rights granted by this ordinance are 
subject to all frjinchises and permits heretofore or 
tereafter granted by the Council or by the Council 
of the former City of Virginia Beach to use the 
streets of tte City by other public utility or public 
service corporations. It is not intended by the grant 
of this franchise to abridge the exercise of the police 
power heretofore or hereafter granted to the City 
by the General Assembly. The grant of this fran- 
chise is subject to 4II ordinances and resolutions 
of the Council of the City as tte same now exist 
or may te tereafter amended, revised or codified, 
in the lawful exercise of any other powet granted 
to the City by the General Assembly. 

D. Specific mention of tte materiality of any 
of tte provistons terein is not intended to te ex- 
clusive of any others for the purpose of determining 
whetter any failure of compliance hereunder is mat- 
erial and substantial. 

E. If any particular section of this ordinance 
or tte particular application thereof, shall be held 
ttvalid, the remainii^ provisions and tteir'anilica- 
tlon shall not te affected thereby. Further, if any 
particular section of ttis ordinance or provision 
of tte franchise award is determined by the FCC 
to te Improper in any respect, the franchise gran- 
tee is hereby prcriilbited from negotiating changes 
ttereto witt tte FCC without first obtaining speci- 
fic approval to so do from City Council. Where 
such approval has not teen obtained, tte City Coun- 
cil requests deferral by the FCC of its Certificate 
Award process and a return of tte matter to tte 
City Council for its review and aiqiropriate action. 

F. Tte grantee, upon its acceptance of ttis 
franchise, shaU te bound by tte provisions of this 
onUnance and aU responses, statements, and infor- 
mafion contained in its bid. 

G. The Grantee should conform to any mini- 
mum standards adc^ted by tte Virginia Public Tele- 
communications CouBcU pursuant to section 15.1-23.1 
of the Counties, Cities and Town statutes (Code 
of Virginta), especially toose referenced in Chapter 
in of tte "Master State Plan for Public Telecom- 
munication' which refer to tte jurisdiction of Com- 
mlttee(s) of Educational Interests and/or leased 
'CommonwealU Channels) access," exce{rt to tte 
otent ttet such standards are pre-empted by rules, 
regutations, and policies of the FCC. 

^ H. All new FCC rules that are applicable to 
Mch and all of tte operations of any franchise 
granted under tte ternio of this ordinance, shall 
te adopted by City CcnincU and made a part of this 
ordinance within one (H year of passage by FCC. 

7^. Landlord-Tenant Retationships 
Absent agreements to tte contrary: 

A. If a tenant wishes to obtain service from 
tte Grantee and tte landlord of<,tte premises does 
not desire service, tte tenant may, upon furnisiiing 
written permtasion from tte landlord ud iqxm 
payment of all oosHs and ^sumption (rf liability 
iHr Mara paysMBt of aU eraU and service, re- 

.<«eive service from tte grantee. 

B. If a tenant does not desire service and tte 
landtord wlste^ to teve an ouUet installed in tte 
premises, tte landlord may have such outlet or out- 
tets installed in tte premises iqNm tte giving of 
notice to tte tenant of tte time and ptace of tte 
actual Installation, witt aU coste to te borne by 
tte landlord. 



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Antiques ' 26 

House Hold Uooas 27 

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Musical Merchanoise 30 

Coins and Stamps 31 

Jewelry & Watches - 32 

Good Things To Eat 33 

Firewood 34 

Lawn and Garden 35 

Farm Equipment • 36 

Machinery-Tools- 37 

Building Equipment 

Business Equipment 39 

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MOBILE HOMES 

Mobile Homes for Sale 40 

Mobile Homes for Rent '.'...'. 41 

Mobile Home Sites , '.'.'.''. 42 

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Rooms-Board 43 

Resorts-Hotels 5 44 

Apartments for Rent 45 

Houses Furnished 46 

Houses Unfumisbed i^ 

Farms and Land for Kent «>• ■ • 41 

Out-Of-TowB lor Rent 49 

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Sunshine Ads 

JF YOU HA VE A MESSAGE TO CONVEY 
SA Y IT TODA Y! 20 words or less,$3 20. 

486-3430 547-4571 



Get Ready guys! It's get- 
tilig time for bikini season! 



Better times are coning, 
America. The woolly worm 
says so. 



ie»we— >•—»*• •— »« 

Brandon Michael Brod has 
arrived! 3/30/75 Perso- 
nality. Plus! Brods, 
O'Neils, Hayden li Pitt- 
man are delighted! 



Richard - If what yoo said 
means what I think yoo 
mean then time is a wast- 
ing 
D ______ 

BetMf, ve're waiting to 
l^r treat jmi. 



If you hav« 
sonMthteig to 

My- 
uy it today! 



Virainia Beach Classified Ads - 486-3430 



Rotie«t 




l-^weU NoUcea 



REDUCE SAFE t FAST 
with GoBese Tablets & E- 
Vap "water pills" Barr's 
Dn«. 



AUTO JUNK - TOWED 
FREE! Call Karen or 
Brenda at 490-1123. 
S-4-9 



LOST - NAVY BLUE PA- 
tent shoulder purse with 
silver trim neari 19th k 
AtlanUc Ave. Lost Feb. 
14. REWARD! Call 486- 
10C5 



CANDY THE CLOWN - Now 
has openings for birthday 
parties, grand (^enings. 
promotionals, Call Don 
Meeker, 587-3697. 
S-3-12 



REDUCE SAFE A PAST 
with GoBese Tablets k E- 
Vap "water pills' Mnrdeo 



mCOME TAX RETURNS 

Experienced Consultant 
will call at your home. 

499-SS49 



ART, MOLDING, AND HY- 
drocal plaster for artwork. 
627-2396. Whitehnrst, BU- 
ssingham Corp. 
S-2-5 



BRUNSWICK CO. - 165 
Acres, AUCnON, Friday, 
April im. 10:30a.m. Har- 
vested timberland just off 
Route 58 abont half-way 
between LawnaceviUeaaA 
Brodnax. Well sotted tor 
future growth, reforesta- 
tion or development. To- 
bacco Allotment, For in- ' 
formation, Call' OWNBT 
AUCTION 'REALTY CO., 
INC., 1301 Hermitage Rd. 
Pichmond, Va. (04-358- 
8493. 



MKL 

TAX SERVICE 

YOUR taxes dime 
in 'YOUR HOME!" 

Specializing in all forms of 
itemized Dedactions 

We come to YOUR HOME- 
SAVING your Umeaadgas! 

LOWasflt.H 

ItMisad 
Stat* a Fadaral 

Call 481-7776 



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S-ArtCMMlM Iw Salt 

1972 CHEVY - NOVA, 2 
Dr. Coupe, 6 cylinder aa- 
tomatic. Economical, very 
clean. Sacrifice - 31500. 
587-1570 after 6p.m. JUy- 
time wk. ends. 



VEGA - 1973 Hatchback, 
4 speed, excellent coodi- 
tion, $1,800. or best offer. 
Call for information 587- 
2607. 
S-4-9. 



1964 CHRYSLER - NEW- 
PORT, Automatic, good 
condition. $200. CaU 482- 
2906. 



1966 FORD- WITHSTRA- 
igM stick, 289 engine, runs 
good, will seU for $200., 
ideal for 2iid car. 420- 
4478. 



HAVE 

NO 
FEAR 



uer 100% Goarartee Is 
here. Now we take the fear 
oot of buying a used car. 
Oar goarantec dries sweaty 
palas. 12-moofli, 12,000 
mile varraj^ guarantee OB 
all late model used cars. 
Uke boyiag a new car witt 
a used ear ^rice. NoUAfea 
dedaetibles. Only at 
DWGHTY Boick - PoMk 
- Okb - Opti, FraakUa, 
Va. 



S-AatoBfltats tor Sale 



DON'T GAMBLE ON USED 

cars! 12-month, 12,000 
mile warrently guarantee 
OB all late model used 
cars. Like buying a new 
car with a used car price. 
No hidden deductibles. 
Only at DOUGHTY Bnick- 
Pontiac - Olds - Opel. 
Franklin, Va. 



VOLKSWAGENS 
Large selectloa oi used 
Volkswagens, most models 
most colors. 100 per cent 
guaranteed. Bank financing 
crei .pproved bv phone 
VICTORY VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Victory Blvd. Ports. 
i:7-Ul«^ 

1972 CHEVY LARK MINI- 
mobil home. Sleeps six. 
2 air-conditioners. Fully 
self - coiriBined. Excel- 
lent eoDdiUoos. $6500. CaU 
482-3091. 



WE THINK 

VICTORY 



ON74.VW 






10 WOMEN 
AM) MEN 
WANTED 

Local concern now hiring 
for good paying jobs, plus 
company benefits. No ex- 
perience necessary. For 
anwintment Call 499- 
2763. 



LOCKING - lor 10 women 
that would like to do part 
time work from their home. 
499-3065 for appointment 
only. 



PART - TIME, 2 IN- 
divlduals needed (or sales 
and service at a Virginia 
Beach appliance store. $5. 
per hr. profit sharing, 
evenings and 1/2 day on 
Saturday. Call Mr. MU- 
ler after 10:00 AM. «S- 
8632. 
S-4-9 



CASHIER 

RECEPTIONISr 

$140 WtA gnrairteed sa- 
lary. No e^jerienee neces- 
sary. 

•S7-S01t 



13-H«Ip Wanlad 



TELEPHONE SOUCl- 
tors - Work from your 
home, must have mornings 
and evenings free to caU. 
No Selling, steady year 
round work, excellent pay 
for conscientious workers, 
ideal position for retired 
i>em» and persons on pen- 
siffi to supplement their 
income. Write Mr. Hadson, 
6159 Va. Beach Blvd., Nor- 
folk, Va. 23502. 
S-4-9 



NEa)EDATONCE 
2 MEN 
1 WOMAN 



To nil recently created 
positions. For (all in- 
formation Call 499-2763. 



EXCEPTIONAL OPPOR- 
tunity to earn witb profit 
sharing, vast promotion, 
bonuses, and early retire- 
ment. CaU Un. Golden 
484-7732 



VOLKSWAGEN 



9-MotoreycIes-Scooters 



1969 - 450 HONDA, 3,000 
miles. Very good shape. 
$47». n. 482-31M. 



11-Bcats, Mariae Sopites 



SANDBLASTING - Boat 
TraUers and Machinery. 
Free Estimates. White- 
burst, Blaasiagham Corp., 
403 W. t4th a., Norfolk, 
627-2396. 
S-2-^ 



£3^ 



13-B*4r Wanted 



SALES - NO INVEST- 
ment, no delivery, CaU 
for information 424-1198, 
424-3939, 424-4361 
S-4-9 



CLUBS -'churches , 
make money for yoar spe- 
cial projects. SeU sub- 
scriptions to your home- 
town newspaper. High 
commissions. Call for in- 
formation: Mr. Brown 486- 
3430. 



MASSAGE GIRL 
tl75WEBCLY 

GUARANTEE 

No experience necesMry, 
wiU train 18 or over. Bus- 
iness Man's Massage A 
Health Spa. 857-5018. 



$$$$ 

EARN 
EXTRA MONEY 

Selling Subscriptions on 
your own time High Com- 
mission MUST be friend- 
ly and (fependaUe andoot- 
going. Call for appoint- 
ment. 
418-3430 
Virginia Beach So*- 



jJOM 

WAITRESS - HOSltSS 

EXPERIENCE 4 
PREFERR© ' 

Will train in new positioo, 
$610 month guarantee. 
Must be able to start «ork 
immedURy. TtdiWadt 
restaurant work. Call 499- 
2763. 



EXPANSTON OF STAFF 
creates opening for ex- 
perienced advenisiag staff 
salesman. Many benefits 
and an exceUeot appoitu- 
tty. Byerly PabUcatlons, 
M7-4574. AskforMr.Bly. 



TWO HADUHIESSERSNE- 
eded. Experienced pre- 
(erred. 55% - paid vaca- 
tion Tbe LitUeBeantySho- 
ppe 484-7222 



AMBITIOUS COUPLE 
Work together building a 
business of your own. St- 
art part time. Pbooe for 
interview. 397-0716 



EXPECTAN MOTHER - 
Would like someone to help 
with infant andli^koase- 
hold duties beginning mid 
May. Live-in or days parf 
Ume. Kings Grant Area. 
CaU 340-0519. 
S-4-9 



EXPANDING WR Bus- 
iness - Need people with 
management aMUt;. High 
tacome potaotial aad pro- 
fit sharing. For appoint- 
ment call 340-3606. 
S-4-16. 



PLtASANT WAY TO 
EARN - As an Amway dis- 
tributor of nationaUy known 
products in your own neigh- 
borhood if yoo wish. We 
train jon. CaU 486-0626. 
S-2-26. 



Excellaat OppMtaiitty! 
Are yon getUag paid what 
jNM tUafc you're vortt? 
Retired miUtanr or otter 
Veto, referred tor ttU 
type work. 10 a.m. - 5 
p.m. Mon. - Fri. $93-0m 



14-Posltlou WaaM 



; MANAGER FOR HOTEL- 
or motel. 

25 jtars ei^rtence in 
vorid's leading and fin- 
est resorts. Age 48. CaU 
804 - 239 - 3173 or 
write 5613 White Oak Dr., 
Lynci^rg, Va. 24502. 
S-3-26 



PIANO TUNING * RE- 
pairing, old {rianos a sp- 
ecialty, no charge for est- 
imate, 486-5916. 



BABYSITTING - MY 
home for working mothers. 
Any age, fenced yard, $25. 
week, Virginia Beach area. 
427-1056. 
S-4-9 



WILL BABYSIT AND 
house keep in your home. 
(Chnrchland Area) Refer- 
ences. CaU 484-3454 



BABYSIT IN MY HOME, 
infants to 2 yrs. old. 5 
days a week. Inquire at 
545-5036. 



WILL SET WITH OLDER 
people by day - so you can 
have day off. Plwne 421- 
9410 




OFFSET PRmTING - IF 
you want a newspaper or 
circular printed the econ- 
omical offset way, check 
with Byerly Publications. 
Lowest prices in Tide- 
water. Compositicm ser- 
vices. CaU Gene Wen- 
dorf - 547-4571 or Nor- 
ris Bly 627-5020 for no 
obligation quotation. 



IS-Baslaass Opportnaity 

BEAUTY SALON « COS- 
■letta: SMtto' - OMartm- 
Iness,^ eperdor raop in 
Birchwood area. SeU to- 
gether or separately, 340- 
32M Days, 490-0461 
NigUs. 
S-3-26. 



X^j^ 



n-PTivat* InstraetloB 

nSTRUCTION CLASSES 

Nurses Aides - OrderUes - 
Oak HUl Medical Trainii« 
8<^ool, Great Bridge. 547- 
51S6. 



PIANO li ORGAN LESSONS 
Albert N. Williams, Sa- 
cred, Classical, Papaiur, 
Beginner thru advanced. 
All ages. YOUR HOME or 
my STUDIO. 588-8642. 
S-4-16. 




>l-Dags,Cats, Etc. 



LABRADOR RETRETVER 
piq)[ries - AKC Register- 
ed, 7 weeks old, all shots, 
all black, males A females, 
$100., terms available 
34O-30M. 
S-4-9 




DITH'S 
•dUTIOUE 

11 yrs. Mpericaet 



•lO&Up 



MEMBERS OF NATK)KAL 

DOG CROOMEBS ASSOC- 
UTION 

547.t000 

Itl WAYNE AVt,. 
(NEXT <M Sfeoppiai Ct) 



SILENT MONEYMAKER 



U coUectiag money from Eleetroric Video Game 
machines that wiU be ^ced on JocaUon by oar cam- 
pany in your area appeals to yon -- answer this ad — 
Oar cocktaU tennis Uble perstts 1-, 2-, or 4-playen 
aad eandngs are exceU«tf. TecMeal experience U 
not reqoired If you have good references and are 
wUUng to make a ca^ ine^mmi as shown below, 
we wlU show you tbe 'Silegl Moneymaker." 



Mlaimoffi: 
Plan I: 



$2,500 
$7.SO0 



PUB 2: 

Plan 3: 



$12,500 
$25,000 



Seed aame, address, and {Aone number to: W.I.N. , 
toe., tlOO E. Caaettack Rd., Suite 310A, Scottsdale, 
AriceM 8S251; or «aU: E. Coulter, 211 Glen Echo 
»., IfaraaL, Va. 235<g; none: M4/588-3$31. 



U-Dags.Cats, Etc. 



ST. BERNARD PUPPIES 
12 weeks old, AKC Re- 
gistered. Sired by Champ- 
ion. From $115. and up. 
CaU 486-S303. 
S-4-9 



FRENCH POODLE, APRI- 
cot. Name "BAI,CI." 
FeoMle, spayed, register- 
ed. aU shoto. $35. 393- 
4427 



$l-Coias aad Stamps 



RARE COINS - formerly 

Norvifi- rofn- Vorfolk's 
most complete, boy, seU, 
trade, buying sUver coins, 
42 Southern topping Cen- 
ter, Norfolk, 853-8118. 
S-3-12 



30-M8sical Mtrehnadiat 



It-rum 



JOHNSON'S TRACTORS - 
8-N FMd Tractors, disc, 
plows, cvlUvators, bush 
hogs, motley mower, 
spring tooSSi csUivators, 
drags, * firewood, 1971 
prices this week only. 545- 
8370. 
S-3-5. 



PUG PUPPIES - FAWN, 
A.K.C. Jlegistered, Cham- 
pion blood lines, health gu- 
arenteed. WUl take Mas- 
ter Charge. Call for in- 
formation 497- 1876 or 490- 
»48. 



Don't Walt "H oT^ ses 



Electronic organs, aadio 
systems 

&les and Service 
ureat Bridge, Chesapeake 

547-4801 




tS-Artleles fbr Sal* 



SWIMMING POOL WHO- 
lesaler - Most dispose o( 
1974 pools in stock, sac- 
rifice price fordesperate- 
ly needed wareliouse 
space, brand new swim- 
ming pools includes, deck, 
fence, fUter, and war- 
rently. 31 X 16 over all. 
$895. ittstaUed. Can ware- 
house collect days or ev- 
ening, ask for Ron, 804- 
499-5859. 



SS-La«a aad Gartea 



LOT CLEARING, GRAO- 
ing, iandscaidng. Rich. 
BUck Top Son, FUl Saad, 
FUl Dirt. DOZIER EN- 
TERPRISES. 464-1601, 
5i3-94l£ n%Ms. 
S-2-20 



4 SPD. CUSTOM 7 
hp. elec. start garden 
Tractor, 36" Mower .^ A-I 
condition, new engine, ta- 
kes varity of attachments. 
$420. 464-5541 



S7-Madi-TooU-n4g. Mat. 



ra>E - l»ED f BLACK 
iraa galvaaised, large qa- 
aalties, 543-5104, 8 A.M. 
to 4:30 P.M., Moa. thra. 
Sat. 
S-3-19. 



TOP SOIL - BLACK FER- 
tile from Greenbrier. Sand 
and FiU Din. Lot clear- 
ing and grading. Phone 587- 
9077 or 587-0234. 



ASnONOMY, ART 

MllSeUTION 

FIMimH 

eariMiManNMi,ta 
8 mlplir wl um, lis 



pl8ito if ife 

WMMK tut 



ST. MATTHEW'S THRIFT 
Shop - 3316 Sandra Lane, 
Sherry Park, Va. Beach. 
9:00 am to U:00 am Mon- 
day tl^rough Friday. 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT. 
Free copy 48-pg. Planting 
Guide Catalog in color, 
offered by Virginia's lar- 
gestest growers o( (rait 
trees, not trees, berry 
plants, grape vines, land-^ 
scaping idaat meterial. 
Wayaesboro Nurseries - 
Waynesboro, Virginia 229 
80. 



if Mm TrmiMrt 
■wnJ B <t m Wr. si 
Tins McflsnM Mmivi- 

actlMi 

ittH 



iMirs la a liai laisa 

paicM Ijm firt aliW' 
■aval, lonH mi a. 
IMMttayfiMiiallll 



10 COMPRESSERS - AM- 
OBia all switches coimect- 
ed. 3 Steel Racks. Oae 
weatter tower (new) to eoid 
Mai^ines. Will s^ to- 
gether or seprate. CaU 
627-1862. 



PLATFtJRM ROCKER, 
$45. AnUqoe stand $30. En- 
glish octagonal CocktaU ta- 
ble, (smoked glass A (mit- 
wood) (New $400,) Asking 
$125. Spanish Fruitwood 6 
piece Etiedroom set - whtte 
background with pale green 
carving, (new 800) Asking 
350. 414-4907 alt« a p.m. 



COLLECTORS ITEMS - 
Three 30/10 Winchester 
Centomials. 1866 Ameri- 
can Centeaaial, $300; Caa- 
adian Ceateaalal, $175; and 
Bafllo BUI, $175. AU for 
$600. CaU 424-4507 after 
:^mi to K>:10p.m. 



Getting 
all your adventure 
- ftomTV? 



Instead of getting your excttement from watching 
trie exploits of ottiers, you could be having some of 
your own. 

By driving a tank. Or jumping out of a plane. Or 
learning to sleep in the riin. 

Or by learning a |Ob you never thought you could 
do. Or doing a job you never thought could t>c done. 
Or going places you never thought you would go. 

Or simply by putting on i uniform and getting 
satisfaction from an otdfashioned feeling that you're 
doing your tsest in the service of your Country. 

Cal 

Army Opportunities 

547-7900 

Join tlie paopi* who'vt joifled the Army. 



-<^ ^i0^ii : 



4' 




M- Aattqm 



LARGE SELECnON OF 
fine antiqa^ - at rock 
bottom |»ices. Meltoa Aa- 
tiqoes, 4201 Indian River 
Rd. 
S-3-12 



WILLIAM F. BLAIR, M.D. flUJAM R. LAMB, M.D. 

Praetleing u 

EASltRN VIRGINIA MEDlCAL-PSYCHIATRIC 
A^OCIATES,LTD. 
are pleased to announce the association of 

(.IMBBttlKnJ. 




tmn 

mil 



MEDICAL TOWER 

Norfolk, VirglnU 
627-4(31 



mai.iiMn.u.1. 



523 BOUSH STREET 

Norfolk, Virginia 
•21-2122 



, DISTIHBUTOR 'vi^v 
l'^«^**=i WANTED poJtoo 

Ouoiitiod ind>»idua! IMd* Of F«niol« noadad id di'ittsuw 
motU tonHMi Kodak dim and oihcf piioio ptoduiik ihioujili 
compony •.idblivhKl kxotHxn NO SdllNG OK SOUO- 
TlNC REQUIMO MA* Hm fot rour yMc Iw indtpao- 
dtnc* $4995.00 Wonnmnl. CuoraniMd II month la- 
punhOM agrvMiMM 

CAU Mr. Dmis: (Tall tr—) 1-a0»««-m0 
orCahectMIA-ttl-irSt 

MtiMlay «• ffMcy. 9 •.m. «• » p.«. iST 
Wiit»194t-lMW.lfdil..C »li— h M .OM»4mi 



FWRlhTVRE 



GREA T BRIDGE 
GROOMING 



482-3939 



CREDIT 



A UtUe OB the Roi«h Sidef 

Never had Credit beftir«? 

Are you ^w to the ar «? 

Hewlyweds? Come oa in. 

■We eaa handle yoar aeconat 
moat eaaec. We Uke to 
ip yowf eoaides aad a«r 
maea gri started. W^ 
,y more ttan the nMnvlM 
cash -- the cUef hai 
one price for aU. 



lash or G*edH 
Mck Delivery 



itaif BollB, owner, 
itired CUaf. Vm 

inOWWXMK 

E. LttUe Creek M. 
-5905 
II S. Mllttary Igwy. 

-aoi 



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^g^m^mmm^mmi^^mm 



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REAL ESTATE 



IB 

RBALTOR 



REAL ESTATE 

SELL-RENT 



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l|.|B«MMa«H>IIM 



GROCERT STME AND 
ttUliif itaUmccMiMicdbii' 
rent - FiUy «<|iiipy«d. 
(Ctes.) For lalormatiM, 



IMKfMt 



M-I^M* AMM ^r ^* 



644 Capftt Kettte Dr. 



RlvertM 
VirfiidaBMck 



WATERFWWT 

Foot bedroon brick nMh. on extra large 
lot OB EUiabeth River wiili private core 
and UfMed boat dock. FaoiUjr room has 
wet bar and Hreplace. Hat two car at- 
tached garqe wttti work Aef area. 

CaU Bod Baxter 410-1611 or ta-KSS 




ICOO Sfteif Ave. 
OMsapcOe, V«. 21320 



FOR QUICK RESULTS 

CALL 
424-3720 



IHXTER! 





«^JS&i 

Porismouth's LargMt 
Sdat Organiialion 

4805 

Portsmouth 

Blvd. 




IRENE «IITFIEU}4<4-SW 
GERALD CaOilGE 464-7624 
nUHLAMR 464-4W 

nULOlE OMNG 466-»«> 
BENimTFIELD 464-S4SS 
RCWNIE HOWELL 464-0404 




Taylor Bros. 
R«olfy 

Brittarv Woods 
Forest Hifc 
Ctdor Grove 

Tayhrwood 

484-4542 



IKMLE FCtt SALE Wa- 
ter view rtmres, N. C. - 
isn - 2 b«town iMMIe 
hOM 12 X % on ilee 
tot. Hew well 4 pm^. 
MSf water for boating, 
swimnriof , etc. (sew ear- 
pet, excellaat c<Mitloa) 
Priced rlfM. 424-4$01 af- 
ter t:00 - 11:00 p.B. 



41-iloWe tdm- ior K*^ 



1673 TRAILER - SO Ft., 
2 bedRMMU, I 1/2 baths, 
can be hnt «• lot with 
Bpftmti m iMnacemeid. 
5 Woel» from beach. CaU 
42S-1TO7 after 5 P.M. 



2 BEDROOM MOBILE 
borne. Nicely famished. 
Dew carpet, large eat-in 
kitchen. On large private 
lot-Water View Shores, 
Graadjt, N.C. 1 block from 
water. Boating A swim- 
ming. M7-4S71 or 424- 
4507. 1)10 Mo. Or - - 
Book now tor renting - 
weekly - luring - Sam- 
ner - Vaotllou 




HOMESERVICES 



ADDITKMB, REMODLWG. 
CARPENTRY, Masou?. 
Concrete, Patios, Poreba*. 
8fa)m Windows, Pinmbing, 
Ptastcriiig, Painting. Wah 
to 1MI <^rpetli«. Any fl- 
oor eaveriiv, Bectrical, 
Air CoadWoning A Heat- 
tag. CaU 623-3644 



large Mm. 
MATC8. J. 



PAOniNG - INTERIOR 
and Exterior, SomU or 
FREE ESTI- 
C. Moody A 
Son*. 622-7276 



SAinaiG A SEnMBHWG 
■uitaood rtaen» Yrs. 
t amtmn , tweerttoates 




PLASTER AND KYW- 
all - Bspairs, apnynd ae- 
coutic ceilings. No tobtoo 
Imall. Free esbnaiis. 
65J-S507 
S-2-l> 



WALLPAPBOWG - EX- 
pw4 CTi aw M niiH >. gw- 

aateed •"^v^S."^' 
S^6-7i3S, «r 693-9436 
R. 



CONCRETE WORK - 7S< 
per so. S., mMt jobs, &11 
types. 467-2266. 
S-l-29. 



BMX BAT WEIXnffl'L- 
im - Deep or atllow 
WcUs Can «6-6m 



FUEL BILLS HIGH? 

IWWHWSWBAIPIQ?^ 

WATCB brdoi -nowI 

MfUSW-HOU)? 

TOO NEED 

MOBTtniE COHTBOL! 

INVEgnOATE. 




Ibwp-Movr. 

NOME Ommi6 MEW 

FVEMD 

CALLt40-«M2 

AL0RID6EA 

CWAMBEHS mC 

l3tS Va. BMMt Md. 



WALL TO WALL CAWST 
M)0M6BIAai 

carnKmrnatttLuaum 



ROOM AIXHTKMS - 
IPECUL! - 20% off thru 
Jamary, also wlU build sh- 
ell, yon llniA inside, re- 
pnirs of all kWs, Taylor 
CoMtnctlan, $«7-26M. 



CABPr 
- tf 
eat rate, Jimmy Stefkeas 
6S5-4466 

s-i-n. 



CABPr" -^ 
Uwlow- I 
lte|*eBS, I 



CASKTTOWN 



TEN MINUTES BALL IT 
takes to ^«heat yowovea. 
Yon waste faellt yon allow 
an oven to prehMt longer 
than ancMsary. Avoid 



kMty. Don't ibraw it 
oat .. . seU tt wW a 
Clarified Ad. PbaBeS47- 
4571. 




20 Years 

Of Rock 'n Roll Hits! 



Ami Great Local News 




FM92 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

Bailders 

Home Imsnvvements 

Contractors 

GarHeBriUers 

Room AdtfWkas 

Aluminnmattv 

Roob- Carports 

Kttcftea RemoMIng 

CALL ANYTIME 
545-7318 

Bi^feE. Black, Sr. 
1600 Pnrk Avoue 
Cbes^ieake, Va. 



(Ctes.) I 
CaU 421-; 



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AnHc|ue Daalen 
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ranch, 2 battroonn. 2 ear 
garage. Ce^ral atr-coadl- 
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MKMILEY - 4BnM00M, 
2 baas, s«eMwlk«6[ yud 
and pMri, 16' x »'. Oose 
and coavlanenl to afl bas- 
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Central Air, Gas Heat. Ex- 
Mllant condition. Many ex- 
tras. V. A. Appraisal. 
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Terms, 2 across from 
Lake Christine. CaU Geo- 
rge Badran 622-0734, or 
563-1644. 
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George Washtaigton Hwy. A 
GUmerton Rd. Close to 
tduei A all Bases. Phone 
467-6220 

FURNISH) APART- 
meals - 1 and 2 bedroom 
q)ts. Close to ocean, 306 
2»Ui m. off Pacific Ave. 
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3 bedroom with waU to 
i«U carpet, central air, 
(Immediate possession). 

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486-7655 



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2 tadiooB, 2 batt, ttUA 
liaeh, nttadad langc, 
nicdy landsftyad lot, ex- 
tras, by owner, mid SB's, 
420-2612. 



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14 years. Jane 21 - Aug- 
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B-IS - The &n. AlHil 2, 1975 



Beac^ queens 
promenade 



There were queens galore at the 1975 
Annual NJROTC Military Ball, including 
a half dozen fronri Virginia Beach. The 
queens, each representing the high school 
NJROTC unit, reigned over 400 couples 
at the Wheelhouse at Naval Amphibious 
Base Little Creek. 

Above, left to right, the Beach queens 
prontenade with their est^rts: Rick 
Dmvns and Joanne Banks, of Cox High; 
Davis Sturgis and Mary Newman, Kel- 
lam; Victor Powell and Kathy Meats, 
Bayside; Master of Ceremonies Paul 
Midgett, Bayside; Marlene Moore and 
Ricky Chilton, Kempsville; Julia John- 
son and Harold Lewis, Princess Anne; 
and Lary Woyac andBeftyHilliard,First 
Colonial. 




Sex crimes 
lecture slated 



VirKinlt Bncb PoUce 
Sgt. WlUie Baden «UI pre- 
sent a profram on sex 
crimes Tuesday at 7:30 
p.m. in Uie City Cowieil 
Ciiamliers of tlie Admini- 
stratis Building. 

The session is the fourth 
in a series of monthly pub- 
lic awareness lectnrw 
sponsored by the Vlrfia^ 
Beach poliee UTision. 

Lt. liitton Beane said 

the lecture will delve into 
the crimioal aspects of sex 
crimes, such as rape and 
assault, includinc discM- 
sioo of past Brach eases. 

There will be a ques- 
tlon-and-answer period 
followii« the program, he 
added. 

Beane, who plamied the 
awareness programs fol- 
lowing public response to 
police lectures on self- 
defense and it's success- 
ful anti-burglary HIT pro- 



gram, said attendaMe was 
good for the flrst t«6 lec- 
tures, with 65 persou at- 
tendi^ the session of self- 
defense for women aad 4S 
sitting in on the program 
on burglaries. 

However, he said only 
10 persons showed up for 
last month's program on 
street cnmes. Beaae ta- 
dicaied that be feirttepoor 
response was {»rtially 
cauMd l>y inade^te |M- 
bllcity about the imigram. 



Psoriasis to me«t 



The Tidewater chapter 
of the Naticmal Psoriasis 
Foundation will meet today 
at 8 p.m. at the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach. 
The meetiq; is c^n to 
the public. 



Navy isand 
clinic canceied 



Hie 19th Annual All- 
Eastern Band and instru- 
mental Clinic, sponsored 
yearly by the Little CreelL 
Naval Araphflsious Base's 
School of Music, has been 
canceled, Naval qxdc«man 
recently amomiced. 

Hk clinic, scheduled for 
Thursday, Friday and Sa- 
turday at the base's School 
of IfiBic, was canceled be- 
cause of recent cuts in 
funds available to military 
personnel for travel. The 
clinic in the last attracted 
hands and military band- 
masters from all over the 
East Coast. — 



"One of the purposes of 
the program is to train 
military bandmasters," 
said a Navy official, "and 
if ttiey can't attend it de- 
feats the whole purpose." 
The official added that in- 
vitations are sent to l>ases 
and Inndmasters located 
everywhere east of the 
Mississippi River. Past 
programs included shows 
by Virginia Beach high 
school hands and nationa- 
lly pqHilar show bands. 

Navy ofHcials expressed 
hope that the clinic may be 
re-Instated next year.- 



Beach residents 
tour with choir 



Seven Virginia Beach re- 
sidents will be part of Vir- 
ginia Wesleyan College's 
32-TOice choir scheduled 
to be^ its spring tour 
Sunday with concerts in 
HaraptoB and Virginia 
Beach. 

Kathryn Anderson, Car- 
roUyn Cox, Brenda Di^s, 
^elia Escajeda, Angela 
Godwin, Norman Johnson 
and Robert Linsly, all of 
Virginia Beach, will tour 
with the college choir, di- 
rected by assistant profes- 



sor of music Ur. David 
Claytm, on a 12-concert 
circuit beginning Sunday at 
the Thalia Trinity Pres- 
liyterian Church in Vir- 
ginia Beach and the Be- 
thany United Methodist 
Church in Hampton. 

The choir will also be 
performing in McClean, 
Arlington, Chesapeake, 
Highland Springs, Ch^o- 
teague and Norfolk 
throughout the month of 
April. 



Seller? city artists 
win in Beac/i siiow 



Seven Virginia Beach re- 
sidents were among 10 
Tidewater artists who re- 
ceived certificates of ex- 
cellence at the Virginia 
Beach Art Center's mem- 
ber's show this weekend. 

The four-day exhibit, 
held Friday throi^h Mon- 
day at the Civic Center, 
included more than 400 
works from 200 area ar- 
tists. The works were 
Judged by Dr. Herbert Bur- 
gart, dean of the School of 



Arts at Virginia Common- 
wealth University. 

Winners of the certifi- 
cates of excellence from 
Virginia Iwach were Linda 
Query, in crayon and pen- 
cil; Harriet Goldberg, ac- 
ryllics; Victoria Hendricks 
oil painting; John A. John- 
son, Jr., photography; Les- 
lie Slegel, fiber art; Claire 
Hurley, watercolor and Ca- 
meron Bone-Kemper, se- 
rigrafA. 



TARC offers book 



Virginia Beach parents 
of haiidicam>ed youngsters 
can request a guide to edu- 
cation from the Virginia 
Association for Retarded 
Citizens, according to Ca- 
rolyn Strickland, executive 
director of the Tidewater 
Association for Retarded 
Citizens. 

The 17-page booklet, 
"You Can Get Your Child 
Into School: a Guide for 
Parents of Handii^pped 
Children" is available by 
writing the association at 
127 East Main St., Suite 
1801, Richmond 23219. 



Lewis Zieske, director 
of the state association, 
said the guide descril>es the 
handicapped child's right 
to free public education 
under Virginia's special 
education mandate. 

It explains what steps a 
parent can take to get his 
child into school. 

By the 1976-77 school 
year, Zieske reported that 
Virginia public schools will 
be required to provUe an 
educational program for 
handicaH>ed cbildr«i be- 
twetn the ages of 2 and 
21. 



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50th Year No. 15 



City of Virginia Beach, Va. 



April 9, 1975 



15 cenis 



Residents oppose 



§ § 



idge park route 



By MABT WODk 
»m flilf Writer 

SiandbridKe resldeots win sajr ttey do not 
vaM S.OOO motorists drtviiic anMgb their 
eoaumiBttjr eacb dajr to reack False Cape 
State Park tUs weA ttreatened to flcM a 
Borthera ronte tbroagh the Badi BajrWlldUfe 
Refoge is oMrt if necessary. 

The profXMed route, koovn as Corridor 
1, is Ow of tkree atteraaUTes wUcb wiU lie 
studied ia an eaviraoiiierttl Inpact ^teraent 
bjr tte Virciaia DivisloB ol Parks. 

More ttan MO pwsoos filled ttae Plaxa 
Jonior High School aaditoriwD MoBOay DigU 
to hear U persons respond to a prelimioanr 
access stadjr prq«nd by Howard, Needles. 
Tammen and Bencendoff, Alexandria eon- 
soUaots. 

la most cases, speakersdisacreedaboutthe 



best access routes to tbe park, although two 
croups — the Sandbridge residents and pro- 
perty owners Of Outer Banks resort pro- 
perty " found tttemselves strongly tor or 
against Corridor 1. 



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The park is 'for ail the 
people, not just a few.' 
- Sen. A. Joseph Canada 

Sandbridge homeowoers favored the south- 
ernmost route, while Outer Banks pn^rty 
owners, who have l>een fighting for access 
ttaro^ the Back Bay WUdlife Refuge, tbe 
most direct route to resort proftertyinNortt 
Carolina, favored Corridor 1, which cross^ 
Sandbridge Beach. 



,Ia the preliminary evaluation of nine al- 
ternative access routes to the park, con- 
sultants indicated the three best routes in- 
cluded the road through Sandbridge, central 
road (Corridor 7) running east from tbe al>an- 
doned Creeds Field and a southern access 
(Corridor 9} which Jogs south of the North 
Carolina state line. 

In a(klition to the nine corridors, the access 
study considered five transit modes: bus 
or aitomc^e, a tram, a narrow guage rail- 
road, m(»oraU and excurston boat. 

Because of high cost, the report recom- 
mends that Virginia drtq;) consideratton of a 
monorail and excursion boat transportation 
system and instead concentrate on access 
to the park using private cars, bus, a tram 
or a narrow guage railroad. 

Henry D. Green HI, president of ttra Sand- 



bridge jCivlc League, aiipied against Corridor 
1. "To move 2S,000 people a day back and 
forth across the beach would be intolerable 
on tbe present road system," he contended, 
and he estimated that purchasing prime 
Sandbridge property to widen the road would 
cost %n million. 

'I don't believe what my 
state has done to me in 
completely destroying my 
access.' 

- Dr. John Dickerson 



(Park officials have estimated that in peak 
visiting pertods, 25,000 would enter the park 
in a single day, with as many as 20,000 




Around 
and down 
on the slide 



The spiraling slide in Princess 
Anne Park proved to be the star 
attraction recently tor youngsters 
tori^ fever. To 
g Paris, 10, trttes 
his sister, Tracy, 6, for a spin 
on the sli^. Both Kempsvitle El- 
ementary stiKients, they are child- 
ren of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paris, 
693 Lord Dunmore Drive. At left, 
anticipation is written on the faces 
of Lori Hailh (left), 11, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haith of 
5064 Sutlivan Blvd., and Cynthia 
Alexander, 11, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Erm«i Alexander, 1208 
Olive Road. Lori attends New- 
town Road Elementary School, 
while Cynthia is a student at 
Kempsville Elementary. 




Sun photos by Mary Roda 



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Beach 
teachers 
get raise 



A new ra^nct callii^ for pay raises from 
between 9 and 11 per cent for Virginia Beach 
Pridlc Schools' teachers was approved by 
the School Board in a special meeting Thurs- 
day night. 

After collective barftiniag negotiations be- 
tween rqw«seirtatiyes trom the School Board 
and tbe Virginia Beach E<tecati(m Associatton 
(VBEA), which rqiresents 1,100 of tbe city's 
2,400 teachers, the contract was approved. 

Though the ontract does not specify salary 
fQr ba^Mtfng teachers, Om Scbod Board is 
^pected to increase it from $7,150 to $8,000 
per ypar. After one year, teachers would be 
paid $1,600. CnrrenUy, teachers with one year 
esertenee make $l,Me. 
' ilie Mutest teachers pay in the new con- 
tract is $16,350 after 13 ynrs eqierience 
and 30 years of graduate work beyond a 
■aster's degree. 

A no-strike clause is taicladed In the esa- 
tract. 

A qiokesfflan tm the VBEA called theon- 
tnct's ^^roval a step toward collective 
btrgateiag for all teachers in the Smrth Hamp- 
ton Boads am. 

Tte School Board termed the contract 
"a well-teserved salary and binge bne- 
fit iMrMse" which wiU ttrfe qnaltty edn- 

The eortraet oivers tte city's 3,000 teach- 
en, teacter aides aad norses. It does Bd 
apply to Ow ottw 1,400 wlminlstrative and 
^pwrt peraonel enidoyed by the city 



Computer-assisted radios 
may speed police response 



"Imagine yourself being on a party line 
with 45 other people." 

That's ttae situation Virginia Beach patrol- 
men found themselves in last summer when 
90 police units shared a pair of VHF r»Uo 
channels for commmicatton wiUi the police 
dispatcher, aco>rding to James &aith, a 
repres«itative for Motorola, low bidder on 
a sophisticated commdhications system which 
ranild end tte Police Department's communi- 
cattottg^t. 

Daring brtefing Monday, Virginia Bracb 
conncUmen appeared to be ready to take tbe 
first step toward computerizing a system 
for policemen workup on the street. 

Atthough tbe computer system, which wouU 
prt termtaials in 60 police cars, sounds like 
a luxury. City Manager George Hanlnry said 
it will save actually save the city mcney. 

Haid>in7 said tte police commuaications 
system, eonbi^lqc a rapidly growii^ com- 
mmitty, was so inadequate the city was for- 
ced to consUer two alternatives: donhUi^ 
tiie radio dispatch channels using a UHF 
system that would cost $276,756 a y^r, 
in aditttMp to the salaries of 14 more dis- 
patden,or Celling out $160,0{M) a year 
tor tte c(»nputerlEed dispatching. 

Haitary reported that the new system might 
(piaUfy for a $150,000 civil defense grant 
wUch woald pay for tte first year's cost of 
the (^npoter terminals, but Ik adted ^tt 
be p^ $100,000 in tbe PoUce Division's 
1975-76 bwiket tor ttw project. 

Patrcrimra would be aUe -to use the type- 
writer- IUk compter terminals in their cars 



to get routine information, such as rundowns 
on license idate numbers and names. 

Tbe computer would also log the police 
unit's activities, and automatically notify the 
police dispatcher of each car's availat^ty 
to respond to a call. 

PoUce Chl«f W.W. Kris said the system 
should cut down cm response time on police 
calls, and it will insure that the more im- 
portant calls are answered immediately. 

According to Smith, It's a system for 
efficiently allocating tbe PoUce Department's 
resources: men and cars. 

"We didn't get the idea for computer- 
assisted dispatchers because some engineer 
had a wild idea," the Motorola represen- 
tiUive remariced. Tbe idea originated with the 
New York City Police Department, he noted, 
and now the system can be eccmomioilly 
applied to smaUer cities. 

By directing informati«i directly to the 
computer, Smitt added, tte PoUce Depart- 
ment also wiU eUnUnate paperwork. 

Previously a dispatcher had to jot (town 
information, pass it on to a key punch oper- 
ator who then prepared a computer card 
for tte city's IBM a>mpttter. 

That system, Davis mM. freqne^y re-' 
«tted in erron because the key pmcb 
qierator could ad read tte disprtcher's 
IttBdwritlng. 

Haitery emfftaslsed that tte computerized 
system will not eliminate radio contact with 
pMce vrticles. 

The dirrct ei^act is e^ecially impca-- 
tant wten a crime is in irocMS, he ncAed, 



bot tbe compoter wiU Ughten traffic so 
tbe important calls can get througiL 

The computer itself wUl d^tend on the 
radio to send messages, but those wiU 
last only seconds. 

Smith also said use of the compter wiU 
give the poUce more privacy from scram- 
blers who have poUce radtos and who fol- 
low the communications on the police band 
radio. 

Haatmry said the system wouU be ex- 
panded to ittcluite fire stations once the poUce 
and fire divisions move into Virginia Beach's 
new public safety buUding. 

Because there are so many new neighbor- 
hoods developing in Virginia Beach, he re- 
ported, fire eaUs are sometimes delayed 
whUe tbe diqiatcher tries to find the area 
Oft the city map. Under the proposed system, 
the otmpnter would ratomaticaUy locate the 
stattoa which sho«ld respond lo the caU. 

At the same time, the rompirter wUl teU 
the dispatcher what equ^mmt the fire staticM 
has on hand ,to determine if assistance is 
needed. 

Councilman Dr. J. Henry McCoy praised 
the system. "Atong with sewers and water," 
he saM, "pcdice services are right at the 
top. I fed Alls is a bar^in." 

"I thiric ao, too," remarked Mayor J. 
Cnitsftqae. 

Itevls rqx»ted ttat tbe ccnnputer system, 
with its highly sophisticated records, also 
will eaalde poUce management to analyse 
day-to-d^ activities of pcdicemen "from 
coffee breaks to eonrt ^ipearances." 



visitors in the False Cape area at one time.) 

Green also noted that one of the terminals, 
which would Include parking lots for visitors, 
would wipe out Little Island Park in southern 
Saa(tt>ridge, "and we don't want to lose one 
of our city parks." 

George Tinnes, assistant to Virginia Beach 
City Manager George Hanlniry, said he Uves 
at 3617 S. Sandfiddler Road facing Little 
Island Park. 

Routing park traffic through Uie area, he 
said, woukl be disruptive and "change tbe 
residential character of Sandbridge Beach. 
'It would cause Sandbridge to deteriorate so 
that it is no longer an ideal place to Uve 
and raise a family." 

Tinnes urged tbe Park Division to study 
odier routes and eUminate Corridor 1 from 
(See FALSE'CAPE, p. A-2) 



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Legtl problems btcing Virginia Beach's 
first beachfront pubUc restnxmi could push 
coBStructfon of tte fociUty into the middle 
of the tomist season, accordta^ to City Gen- 
eral Services Director Oral Lambert. 

In an interview with Tbe Sun this week, 
Lambert said ttie tireat ol Icfj^ ecppUca- 
tions over the proposed 2Wi Mrm reS- 
room will make it imponible to comi^ete 
the |Ht>ject by its original Jme 15 dead- 
Une. 

However, he indicated that the city stUl 
plans to go ahead with the project, and it 
hopes to advertise bids for tbe $14$,000 
laciUty ant week. 

An unnamed gro«v niiresented by Vir^nia 
Beach at^rney Leigh AaseU has thr^tened 
to ask for' an injunction to prevent ccmstrac- ° 
tloo of tbe restroom. 

AnseU, who said be was retained by 15 
to 20 citizens, including some beachfront 
bosinessmen, has asked the city to seek 
alternatives to the l>eachfront restrooms. 

The groop contends that buUding a facUity 
at the foot of 24th Street would be 'Ule- 
gal and unlawful use of a putdic street." 

Xambert however, said construction of tbe 
i%stroom, originaUy scheduled to start this 
month, could begin May 6. He estimated that 
the project would be completed within 90 
days. 

Some oceanfront merchants have expressed 
concern that construction would be under- 
way in the height of tbe tourist season, but 
Lambert said that distart>uices caused by 
constracticm at the site would be minimal. 

In fact, he recently told the city's Pacific 
aiKl AUanUc Movement, Parking and Image 
Study (PAMPIS) Committee .that ttae area 
might be an attraction for sightseers. 

"We could be in a position to break grognd 
in three to four weeks," Lambert said, as 
long as no legal problems, such as tbe An- 
sell's threat to seek an injunction, bar tbe 
way. 

The &u was unable to reach Ansell for 
comment, but Lambert said he knew of no 
legal action wfich had been filed against the 
project. 

Ansell's group has suggested tiiat the city 
purchase an abandoned gas station at 24th 
Street and Atlandc Avenue and coavart It to 
a beach restroom facUity. 

He also said concession-style bathhouses, 
io which beach-goers would pay to use toilet 
faculties, could be an alternative. 

AnseU said earUer that bis cUeitfs are 
Cfacerned that the beachfront restnxnn would 
become an eyesore, and he questioned wb^her 
tbe city could maintain a pubUc restroom ade- 
9iately. 

The proposed 24tb Street facUity wimld be 
a test project to determine if Virgtoia Beach 
should buUd five more restrooms at six - 
block intervals along the boardwalk. 

The facUity is designed as part of a 
pedestrian maU. Tbe buiMiag itself wouM 
be dl^aised as a grassy ^strnd tapped by 
a patio, and the maU wonkl taclude bendMs, 
water toontains and a oimmunity boUetin 
board. 

Tbe restrooms were included in recom- 
mendations made by the Plamii% Depart- 
raMt's PAMPK presenUy lader revtew 
1^ a citizen's advisory (MHomittee. 






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its consideration. "If not," hewarned, "we'll 
vigorously pursue our legal remedies." 

Maxine Grabara, wbo lives at 3057 S. 
Sawlpiper Road and who is a realtor, said 
she has lived in the beach commoBity for 
nine years, "long eno«igh to know what it 
took to make Sandbridge what it is and put 
Sandbridge on the map." 

Gerald Cole of 2741 S. Sandfiddler Road, 
remarked, "I live r^ht in the middle of 
what is casually referred to as Corridor 1." 

If it were the only access route to the 
park, he said, "I could ^ssure you that not 
OM of my neighbors ^uld of^se it. We're 
mrt trying to hof a part of the wtyld to our- 
selves." 

But because there are otter alternatives, 



Cole said, "We will oppose Corridor 1 very 
vigorouly, legally if necessary " 

The route is tte only one which would 
result in a "displacement of a community," 
te added. 

Speaking for the other side. Outer Banks 
residents, pr(H>erty owners and sports fls- 
fishing areas off the North Carolina coast 
argued in favor of the Sandbridge route. 

Sen. A. Joseph Canada (R-Virginia Beach) 
said the state faced a two-fold problem: 
preservation of the environment and economic 
access to the park area. 

Canada, who said he favored Corridor 1, 
said a road throi^h Back Bay WUdlife Re- 
tage would not have to be environmeotally 
degrading. He cited a road on Pea Island 
<rtttclt tes bad a minimal impact on ttie 



eavinmmmt. 

"No ow wants to do any karai to the 
eBvironment," Canada asseted, bat Virginia 
has to look at ecmomic c(»sideratlons. It 
mu^ determine tte bk>^ e^monueal way to 
fet tte most pe^^ into tte put, be said. 
The i»rk is "lor all the pec^le, not just a 
few." 

Thomas White <rf tte Virginia WildUfe 
Federation urged that tte park access road 
travel behind the Inrrier dues along the 
coastline. "K vrald be the most direct 
and letisX expensive way," he said, "and 
wouM save millions of ^lars. " 

Dr. J<An DlckersM <rf 1330 U^ser Brandon 
Place s^ he is a sportsfisherman as well 
as a member of the Save the Bay Fowida* 
tion, the WUdlife Fowdntton and the Sferra 



Cldi, birt be heate«By criticized Virginia lor 
cuttiv off access to the Outer Banks area. 

"I don't believe what my state has done 
to mc ta eonpl^ety destroying my access," 
be onpliiMd betoe he walked o«l of the 
andttortas. Mtowed by a reusing cheer frun 
tbeauttnce. 

&» Wkitaburst of John Hancock Drive, also 
an Outer Buriu pn^erty owner, said 
be bvored the Corridor 1, and he was joined 
by R(rt)ert Chambers of 112 45tb St., re- 
presenting a fishermen's organisation. 

Chambers urged Virginia to "develop an 
ar^ the taxpayers can use" by permittu^ 
direct antomobile access from the north akng 
Corridor 1. 

ttatert Hassock of Portsmouth also urged 
coiMw:tiOB of a direct northern route 



thn^h ^udbrUge and tte rehge; He re- 
marked tbat tte s(WtberamostCirri(tor9*as 
a "siqierfo idea, but it's a toip way ott." 

Several envirMmental groiq», including 
the Sierra Ct^ and tte Aadrinn Society, 
entorsed Corridor 9, vhtoh w>uld follow 
Nor^ CanAina Route tl9,'4i^kaown as The 
Causeway. 

Ben Bolen, r^resetfing the IMviston of 
Parks, said oae OMre CMununity me^tag 
wiU be sebe(Ued in additton to a pdMe 
hearing cm the flaal plan. 

He said tte first commmiity meeting beld 
several BB»tbs ^e resiBsd in ^qisseU^tbe 
advisory UA force to include moK ^oaps 
wUtik fad bM been r^resentod. Tbe earlier 
meM« also convttced Virginia to inclode 
anb^obUe access in tbe study, he said. 



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Broyles to 
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Virginia Beach attorney 
•Thomas C. Broyles has 
I iieen named city chairman 
of the Friends of Virginia 
Wesleyan College annual 
giving program. 

Broyles joins business 
I and professional leaders 
from Chesapeake, Ports- 
mouth and Norfolk who 
I were named city chairman 
for the four Tidewater cit- 
ies last week. 
Robert P. Albergotti Jr. 



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CITIES OF NORFOLK k VlRGnnA BEACH 

All interested perstms are advised tbat tbe Virginia 
DqMurtment <A Highways and TranspOTtatim has prqiared 
an envinmraental docuneirt concerning the proposed im- 
prpivcfi^ear.trf MfrMMm Vam troai 0.2M mile nortt of 
the tntersectloB «f Virginia Beach Toll Road (Route 58) 
in tbe cities of Norfolk and Virginia Beach. 

This docummt is available tor public review in tbe 
Department's Central Office located at 1221 East Broad 
Street in RicbmMid; its District Office 00 Route 460 
just north of Suffolk; and its Residency Office at the 
totersectioa (A Business Route 13 and Route 168 in tbe 
City of Chesapeake. 

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Virginia 23219, on or before May 10, 1975. 
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MAing plans for tfie 1975 Friends of 
Virginia Wesleyan College annual giving 
program are (leftto right) Thomas |roy- 
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Wolf$mre on 
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ert P. AII»ergotti Jr., FriMids general 
chairman, and Virginia Wesleyan College 
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VirginU Beach's Upper 
WoUAiare plantation is of- 
ficially a historical land- 
mark. 

Tbe idantatioB bouse, 
owned by the Princess An- 
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known for its ardtfedare 
vfcicb was once typteal of 
Virginia Boicb rtraetares, 
has been placed no the Na- 
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Places by the I^partment 
of the Interior. 

Rep. G. William Whtte- 
hurst (R-VirginU Beach) 
reported ttet tbe planta- 
tioii boose, once known as 
the Brickboase farm, was 



nominated for the regis- 
ter by the Virginia Histor- 
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sion. Tbe listing will make 
tbe bouse eligible for pfe- 
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built in tbe 17S0's by Maj. 
Tbomaa Walke, the father 
ol a leading toyaUst Whig 
durii^ tbe American Re- 
volution. 

Tbe interior woodwork 
(tf tbe bouse plain panel- 
tag. 

The historical society, 
which accepted the plan- 
tation bouse as a gift in 
1966, is presently under 
restoration. 



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Hik Week^ Agenda 



Today 

PARKS AND RECREATlOlf COmOSaCM, 3 p.ffl.. 
City Manager's Cotfereoce Roon, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center. 



Thursday 

RECSEATIOll FACILITIES AUTffilBITT, 2 p.m.. 
City Manager's Conference fUxm, Atbniid^ration 
Building, Munic^al Center. 



''Mmday 

Cmr COUHCIL, 2 p.m.. Council Chambers, Ad- 
ministration Building, Municipal Center. 

Tuesday 

WETLANI^ BOARD, 9:30 a.m., CooncU Chambers, 
Administration Biuldii^, Municipal Center. 

SCHOOL BOARD, 2 p.m.. School Board Room, Scbod 
Administration Buil<Ung, Municipal Center. 

EXO^m COMMKKHI, 4 p.m.. First and Merchants 
Nati<mal Bank, 31st Sreet and Pacific Avenue. 

April 16 

PAM^ CtnaOTTEE, 2 p.m.. City Manages Con- 
femce Room, Administration Bnfldlng, Munictaul 
Center. 

MAiaSL'S SCIEIICE MUSEUM STUDT COMMnTEE, 

7:30 p.m.. City Hanger's Conference Room, Ad- 
ministration BaUding, Municipal Center. 



Jail workshop 
set for clergy 



An all-day workshop on 
jail ministry tor Virginia 
Beach clergymen will be- 
gin at 9 Thursday morn- 
ing in the Muttici^ Cra- 
ter Administration Build- 
ing. 

Included on flie program 
are aeriff Joe &nith who 
will discuss jail procedure 
and Asst. Cemm<wwealtfa's 
Atty. Paul Sciortino wbo 
will speak oo the jail as 
part of the criminal jus- 
tice system. 

A jail inmate will dis- 
cuss his eqterience lo jaU, 
ud fte Rev. George Rie- 
ketts, executive director 
of the Virtinii Chaplainr? 



Service, win spmk on 
"Pastoral Ministry in the 
Jail". 

The program will in- 
clude a film, "The Revol- 
ving Door", and U. Mic- 
key B«iM. crime preven- 
ttoa eoontaalM- for the 
Virginia Bewb^Uce De- 
partment, wm present a 
profile of persons in Jail. 

All clergy in the Beach 
are invited. The program 
is eq)eeted to be completed 
by 3:45 p.m. Registration 
cost is $2. 

The woricshep is spm- 
swed tqitteViiiUaB^ch 
Clergf ^Mmx^Bt, chair- 
man Rev.SeftoaStricUaiKi. 



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News Briefs 



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Ca///s /If race 



Beteh Borough Coancllmao Rt^rt H. Callis is 
maUnc a bid for Repablicae sUte Sen A. Joseph 
Ciaa^'s smA. 

CalUs, a Vtnteia Beach eomcllman since 1970, 
filed for the Democratic nomination Tuesday. Ko 
otter DefflOfrtiic canUdater iJaire fiieu for the seat, 
and Callis coold antoroaticaUjr twcome ttie Demo- 
cratic Senatorial candidate Friday wtien filing for 
the June 10 primary ieods. 

The coimeilmaB, 44, is president of the Vifginia 
PUoU AssodatiM. He is a past officer of the Vir- 
gUa BMcft Deaiocratlc CommlttM. 

Callis lives at 1(» Wb St.. VirginU Beach, with 
his wife, Ann, and their four children. 



Barrow to file 



Bernard Barrow, a Virginia Beach attorney, will 
file candidacy puiers for the Democratic nomination 
fbr the House w Delegates today. 

Barrow, who will challenge Virginia Beach in- 
cumbents Glenn IfcClanan, Owen Pickett and Donald 
- lOiodes in the June 10 primary, is the first newcomer 
to toss his hat into the ring for the Beach's Demo- 
cratic nomination. 

tarrow, 37, is a partner in the Rrm Barrow 
and Lowe. He served on tke BcMh's Commnnlty De- 
vriopment Act Committee and wis chairman of Uie 
Mayor's Drug Focus Committee. He also served on 
the United I^ ^boM Cooncil and recently was 
appointed to the JwenUe and Domestie Relatioos 
Court Service Advtaory Committee. He worked on the 
Ettlcs Committee fin- the Virginia State Bar Asso- 
ciation. 

Barrow and his wife, Mary, Uve tt Ml Windsor 
Road, Virginia Beach. They have two ditldren. 



Hearing scheduled 



A court hearing is scheduled May 14 for tlw 
owner of the Beach Adult Gift Shop who was darged 
with the sale of obsccM material after police rakled 
liis shop Thursday aftemooB. , 

Police confiscated films, magadnes and books from 
the shop owned tqr Richard L. Goadie, 27, who lives on 
27th Street near the beach. His Aop is In flw 300 
blodc of Virginia Beach Bonlevard. 

Gowtte is charged with a misdemeanor under a 
state statate efvcring the sale, possession or pub- 
lication of (Mwcoe ttems, , 



Waterfield funeral 



Fmeral servicM were Tnenday aflemoon tor Floyd 
E. WaterflM Sr.. 62, the fittier of Vir^nU Beach 
Coimcilfflan Fkqnl E. Waterfidd Jr. 

Waterfield, who resided at 3145 MUl Landing Road, 
Vlr^nla Beteh, died Satarday. He lived in Princess 
Anne Comity nd Virginia Beach Htr on g hon t Ms lifk. 

Also snrviviag are his wile, Lois Bomey Waterfield, 
two sisters, a bralher and two granddaogUers. 

Waterfldd, a fhmer, belonged to the <^rity 
United Methodist Chnrch. He was a member <a the 
Princess Anne Ruritan Clnb. 

The family reqn^ed that memorials bemadtetottie 
Creeds Rescue Sqead. 



CIA named In suit 



The Ceatral Intelligenee Agency (CIA) has been 
named in a |10 milliea suit by a Virginia Beach 
man who said the CIA is responsible for the failure 
of Bell Mortgage Corp., wUch had offices in ttie 
Beach as well as Miami, JaeksonvlUe and Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

Andres Castro, fbrmerly invstdeirt el Bell Mort- 
gage, claimed be was persuded to use his c(mpany 
as a front to raise money for covert CIA wtivities 
bf two Cirinn exUes, Guillermo Yglezlas and Antonio 
I|lesias, of Miami, who claimed to represent the 
iittelUgenee agency. 

The CU has detfed ttiat it lad any association with 
the banknqit nwrtgage firm. 



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The Sun. April 9, 1975 - A-3 



Nancy McTague, 17, a stu- 
dent at First Colonial High 
School, has a special in- 
terest in Monday's announ- 
cement of the 21 seiTii -fin- 
alists, for the sevfn pr'^t^ 
%ce9si» who v^lV-itiWeSip 



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King Neptune's court in 
the second annual Virgin^ 
ia Beach Neptune Festival. 
Nancy was a member of 
King N«ntune's first ro- 



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Council reaches 
gun compromise 



By HEAL SIMS 
Sun Editor 

A compromise ordinance 
restricting hunting and 
shooting in Virginia Beach 
was passed by City Coun- 
cil Monday. The new or- 
dinance virtually bans dis- 
charging firearms in the 
heavily-populated areas of 
northern Virginia Beach, 
yet allows farmers and 
landowners of 50 or. more 
acres to use firearms un- 
der strictly regulated con- 
ditions. 

Kempsville Councilman 
Dr. J. Henry McCoy ear- 
lier had proposed banning 
any shooting in an area 
north of the railroad tracks 
which parallel Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. McCoy 
agreed to the compromise 
law worked out since hear- 
ing from farmers who said 



Schools 

regist^>-\ 

students 



Pre-registraTion of kin- 
dergarten and 1st grade 
students for the 1975-76 
school year in Virginia 
Beach will be conducted 
April 28 and 29 in all the 
city's elementary schools 
except Kemps Landing El- 
ementary Schocl and Bettie 
F. Williams Elementary 
School which have no pri- 
mary grades. 

In conjunction with re- 
gistration, a special or- 
ientation program to ac- 
quaint parents and students 
with kiiidergarten and first 
grade activities is sched- 
uled for 9:30 a.m. each day. 
Immunization and physical 
examination requirements 
will be explained during 
the programs. 

To be eligible for kln- 
"ffeitarten, chiiaren must 
have reached their 5th bir- 
thday on or l>efore Jan. 
1, 1976. First grade stu- 
dents must be 6 years old 
by Dec. 1, 1975. Proof at 
the child's birth date ir 
required for enrollment, 
and health and immuniza- 
tion records will be help- 
fkil, school officials said. 



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a shooting ban would leave 
them no way to control 
destructive birds. 

The ordiTisnce passed 
Monday makes it unlawful 
to discharge any firearm 
in areas south of a line 
running along Holland, 
Princess Anne and London 
Bridge Roads. Firearms 
may be used on land of 
50 or more acres if a 
permit is issued by police 
and written permission is 
(Mained from the land- 
owner. In no Instance may 
a gun be- fired in the city 
limits within 150 yards of 
a Imilding, street ot public 
place. TTie original ordi- 
nance bad specified a 200- 
yard limit. Vice-mavor 
George Ferrell cast the 
(»ly dissenting vote. 

The shooting ban was 
proposed after compUints 
from residents in the Great 
Neck, Lynnbaven and Link- 
horn areas who said tbey 
feared pnq>erty damage 
and personal harm from 
weapons fired dangerously 
close to homes. 

Council instructed the 
city manager's office to 
make provisions to allow 
turkey shoots to be held 
under regulated conditions. 

In other business Mon- 
day, Council: 



• Authorized the con- 
struction of sewers, water 
mains and a pumping sta- 
tion in DeyleWay,' a pre- 
dominantly black neigh- 
borhood in Lynnbaven Bo- 
rough, at a total cost of 
$412,835; 

• Anwinted Mrs. Wal- 
ker A. Howren Sr., 4487 
Witchduck Road, to the His- 
torical Review Board to fill 
an unexpired term through 
June 1976; 

• Ai^inted Nathaniel 
Cohen and reappointed Dr. 
K.K. Wallace Jr. to the 
Tidewater Regional Health 
Planning Council; and 

• Requested the Nor- 
folk City Council to appoint 
Sidney Kellam to the Nor- 
folk Area Medical Center 
Authority (NAMCA) in an- 
ticipation of his appoint- 
ment by the Beach to the 
Eastern Virginia Medical 
Authority when the board 
changes its name this sum- 
mer. 

Following an informal 
briefing session Monday 
momii^, Council met for 
one hcrar and 13 minutes 
in executive session, 
closed to the public and 
the press, to discuss items 
listed dn the agenda as 
"personnel and legal" 
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A-4 - The Swi, April 9. 1975 



Comment 

Beach budget: taxes up, services steady 



By MARY ROOA 
Sun Sta« Writer 



Balancing the budget, finding tbat baiqiy medium 
-between spending and taxing, has proitably given 
Virginia. Beach City Manager George Hanlwry more 
thu a few gray hairs. 

The 1108 million bw%et pn^osal banded to city 
co«acilmen last week is a careful a|q}roach, show- 
ing Hanbury tryii% to control spending, but not 
rocking the municipal boat too much to do it, and 
dipfring tor operating revenue from areas where he 
expects the least protest. 

HairiHiry indicated that the budget is a hold-the- 
lioe an>roach to municipal spending. 

The biggest increase, more than |S million in the 
school budget, is due to tougher state requirements 
which don't happen to be accompanied by funds to 
implement them. 

The increase for schools takes about half of Han- 
bury's proposed $10.5 million increase over the 1974- 
75 adjusted bw^et of $97 million. 

Although this year's budget was $93 million, the city 
manager reported, an>rofiriatiODs made by Council 
from its $10 million surplus over the year inflated 
the budget another $4 million, leaving the city with 
6 million cushioD of unappropriated funds for 
emergencies. 

Hanbury credits other increases in the iHH^et 
to a 9 to 11 per cent pay increase for city employes, 



who got a similar package as teachers without the 
help of an association to negotiate a wage agree- 
ment, and improved water, sewer, police and fire 
services. 

The proposed public utility budget Jumped from 
$5.5 to 16.2 mUliOB, while police rosts will rise 
$930,000 and fire services with Increase $634,000. 
The increases in police and fire are due to the new 
facility the d^iartm«its will move into soon, Han- 
bury reported, as well as the pn^iosed dqnrtmental 
status for police aod fire, which presMtly operate 
as divisions of the Public Safety Department. 

Hanbury squeezed several revenue sources in an 
attempt to generate $10.5 million needed to balance 
thetadget. 

It projected growth estimates Ut the mark, $5.8 
million of the needed revenue will come from de- 
velopment MS well as other revenue sources, includ- 
ing the sales tax froa the city collects from amuse- 
ment, cigarette and otiUty taxes. 

The city manager has prtqxised an increase ia 
perstaal pnqnrty taxes of 2S.S per cent, which he 
eqtects to brta« In $1 million. 

The "projected growth" also includes a 15 per cent 
aicr6ss - the - board increase In real estate assess- 
ments which Hanbury said simply would reflect 
the increase in fair market value d Beach real 
estate. 

He antic^ntes that real al:^s taxes akae will 
bring the city more Oian 5 million in additioMa 
revenue in 1975-76, an increase of 27.1 per cat 



over the 1974-75 budget. 

Bevenaes nay also be bolstered ^1 million from 
a proposed 21.5 per <xsA increase in persMial 
property taxes. Ratdwry has prqx^ed that personal 
property tax assesspients be increased from 35 
to 45 per cent of the ^ rate for $100 of assessed 
valuatim. 

The increase would mran that the "true tax," 
what the rate wcwld be if the city used a 100 per cent 
assessraeot, wwU increase from $2.10 to $2.70 
for every $100 of assessed valuation. 

Tbe final Increase wool^ be a hike in hotel-motel 
room and meal ta»s from 2 to 3 per cent. Hanbury 
said the incretsfe should bring $700,000 next year, 
but he warned conncilmen that innkeepers would ex- 
pose the tax increase without assurances that it 
woi^ be ased to construct a plauied $16 milliatf 
conv«tfi(n e^er complex. \ 

One way to convince innkeqwrs to acce|rt a pre- 
mature Increase, Ibrimry said, would be to agree 
to repeal tte tax increase if idans tor the convention 
center are scrapped. 

However, he indicated that the tax is still com- 
petttive wtth ot^er Tidemter cities and recom- 
mended its approval. 

Harimry's final money revenue sour<» is $3 rail- 
lion from unai^ropriated funds, leaving cmly $3 mil- 
lion fr{« to cover ttie city's unexpected expenditures 
during the year; 

to 1914-75, Virginia Beach ran through $4 million 



in unai^ropriated ftmds, and HaidMry conceded that 
his proposal (toesn't leave a lot of elbow room for un- 
planned spendii^. 

"We are going to have to t>e very careful next 
year," he admitted. 

Although the proposed bw^ Isn't an exciting 
document, it does bold a warning flag, and council- 
men have indicated that Qiey are conceroed about tax 
increases, even though the real estete tax rate will 
remain tte same. 

Some councilmen have also questioned the slim 
unaH>ropriated funds l>alance, which is less than 3 
per cent of the pn^sed (derating budget. 

Councilmen have scheduled weekly briefings Tues- 
day nights in closed executive sessions, and what 
conclusions they ctme to proinbly mUl aoi be cm- 
pletely revealed imtil public bnrtags on tt» city's 
first $100 milUon boc^t are conducted. 

There is not a lot (rf leeway in the budget, unless 
councilmen do seme trimming of their own, possibly 
of city services which some feel aren't needed, such 
as the twice we^y trash ^ck-qis in some resi- 
dential n^gUM>rhoods or holding the line oa 9 to 11 
per cent salary incmses for city and school employes. 

But if Virginia Beach wants to Ughteo the taxpayer's 
burden in 1975, tt nuy mean Atapgiag some services 
and scuttling |dans for capital ostlays. 

How tte city's fiscal situation will aikct plans for 
tte convention center, bnchfront restrooms or even 
Old Donatim Parkimy remain to be seen. 



Beach liberated 



Virginia Beach has liberated a mile-long 
stretch of beach on tte Chesapeake Bay for 
public use. 

The deal, completed this week, will mean 
ttet citizens can freely use teachfront te- 
tween tte YMCA property m Sten-e Drive 
and Great Neck Road. 

Tte beach ownership was in dispute mitil 
^^le trfty made a settlemrat vtfh Ed Unsley, ' 
wto claimed title to the beach based on 
deeds te interited when be purchased tte 
assets of deranct a>rporations dating back to 
colonial days. City U^nager Geprge Han- , 
bury toldHieSitt this «^>d. -^' 

In addition to tte beach, Linsley has agreed 
to give tte city a wayside park near tte 
YMCA property as well as access to tte 
teach area. 

Tte property owner agreed to waive rights 
to tte beach area if tte city would drop its 
claim to land borderii^ tte beach, Hanbury 



said. 

Tte City Council agreed to the settlement, 
he eq>lained, "because there was a great 
question if the city actually did have a strong 
claim to tte land. If we went to court, Linsley 
could have wob If allT' 

Of 38 mUesofbeachfront in Virginia Beach, 
eight are now under public ownership. ; 



As city manager erf the world's largest 
resort city, Hadwry remariced, "1 feel like 
all tte beacMront should te public." 

Tte city is making an eSort to improve 
public access to baytr«itbeactes,te added. 

When condominium projects are proved, 
the city asks the developer to provide public 
access to the beachfront. Beach areas in 
front of most of the new condominiums east 
of tte LymiMven bridge are public, although 
some cCTKtomininms west ta tbe bridge teve 
beach areas fenced off for private use of 
cmdominlum residents. 



Death, medicine and ethics 



When are you no longer alive? 




By JILL C. M)LTE 
^•dal to The Son 

When Longfellow said "Nothing can hippea more 
beautifU than death," his generation didn't have to 
cmtend with today's chaining concept of just what 
death is. 

That changing^ concept is something most of us are 
goii% to have to think aboirt, according to Dr. Dimnie 
J. Self, assistant ]nx>fessor of philoscqdiy at Old 
Dofflinioo University (ODU). 

'.'Tte old definition of death was that it occurred 
wtoi ttere was a complete cessation of vital signs in 
(rther words when you stoM)ed breathing and your 
heart st(q;%)ed beating. But now with so much techno- 
logical machinery at tte disposal of the medical 
profession, respiration and heartb^t can te pro- 
longed," Self says. 'It is possible to keep someone 
'alive' this way, even ttough he's 'dead' as far as 
social interactioa and consciousness are concerned." 



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Self joiMd tte ODD faculty tMs year and has a joint 
appolMment at Eastern Virginia Medical School as an 
assistant professor of psychiatry and bdiavtoral 
sciences. 

His interest in Ito-^iics and value theory dates 
back to his undergraduate years at Forman Univer- 
sity and tte two years te worked as an ipdustrial 
chemist after receiving his B.S. d^ree. He read and 
studied {Aih»(^y in his qiiare time, and tten de- 
cided to retnra to Furman for anotter degree — in 
philos(^y. Subsequently te took his mastn-'s and 
Vh. 0. degrees io philosophy at tte University of 
North Carolina while working full time at tte Me- 
dical Center of Duke University ("about six miles 
(town tte road from Chapel Hill") as an associate 
in brain tumor research in tte pattology laboratory. 
"By then 1 had begun to see tte direction 1 wanted 
my career to take, and decided to combine ethics 
and medicine. '* te says. 

Asted if Oere were many Mo-^hicists, te re- 
friled, "No, but it is an area where many i]pesti(ms 
are going to teve to te answered. Ve know wtet we 
cu do seletfiflcally, but what steuld we (to ethically?" 
l^Tte definition of death Is a phllos^Aical, social, 
ethical and moral issue. Society must determine tte 
definition of death, and tte medical profession will te 
-chaiied with carrying (Mit that decision. " 

"The philosc^y of death teld by attendii^ physicians 
ia emergency situations fttrtter complicates tte pro- 
blem of defining death. "A person in a car wreck could 
have irreparable damage done to his brain. He would 
te socially dead --a 'vegetable.' But if te still has a 
heartbeat and is breathing, a (toctor could sustain his 
life throi^ tte use of machines, and it might te days 
tetore be Is medically or legally dead," Self says. 
"Or tte attending physician could declare him 
medically dead when he emits no brain waves oo an 
electro«icephaiogram--wben be records a flat EEG. 
So fm could come into an emergmcy room tefore 
midnlgtt and have your 'life' sustain^} a few weeks, 
or te admitted after midnight i^en tte hospital shift 
bad changed and te declared dead on arrival, It would 
depend on tbe jAilosopby of death teld by tte attending 



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You could come into an emer- 
gency room before midni^t and 
have your 'life' sustained a few 
weeks, or be admitted after mid- 
ni^ vvhen the hospital shift had 
<^)anged and be declared dead on 
arrival. It would depend on the 
philosophy of death held by the 
attending physician. 

pkysiclan." 

Some significant st^;)s teve been taken toward 
forming a aem definition of death, Self eqilaias. 
"Kansas was tte first state to l^islate a definitioa 
for deatt. In ad&tion to tte cessation of h^rtbeat 
ud nspinUoa as criteria for death, it is possible 
to te (ted in Kansas when Uie brain records a flat 
EEG. In other words, if a person's 'life' is telng sus- 
tained Willi mechanical breathing devices and heart- 
regulating machines but te registers a flat EEG. te 
can te declared dead aad dlsei«aged b-om tte ma- 
cfaiaes. But one of tte safeguards buiU into tte le- 
gislation states ttet tte perscn must te declared dead 
when te registers a flat EEG tefore the I if e-sustainii« 
machines are turned off, and ttet more than one 
EEG must te run n a perscn, usually 24 hours 
apart. 

"Wten a person registers a flat EEG te can te 
said to teve suffered a Koeortical brain death. The 
neo-cortex of tte brata is all ttet is affected, so tte 
pers<n could still teve spootanetws breathing an! 
heartteat. But the doctors would have cmly a body, 
not somebody," Self says. 

"With a neo-cortical brain d«ith, tte rest of tte 
body's organs would te functioning and therefore in 
excellent c(mditi(» for oi^an transplants. 

"So it gets down to wtet type of life' is important. 
There are people wto teve been kepi 'alive' for years 
thnw^h tbe use of machines, yet they teve suffered 
neo-cortical brain death and teve no consciousness 
aad no feelings," Self says. 



ttLP 

Anotter area wtere pUlosc^Ay and ethics aid tte 
biological scioices overly is a sexual reprotec^ 
tion — more specifically called cloning. Accordii^; 
to Self, cloning is making a "carbon copy" of an 
animal, and scientists are developing techniques to 
make identical rq>roductions of humans. Tte nu- 
cleus is removed from a female e^ cell and re- 
placed with tte nucleus of any ^ttelial cell of any 
human. The resulting clone will possess tte exact 
genetic make-up of tte person whose q>ittellal cell 
nucleus was implanted in tte egg cell. 

But the clone might not end up with tbe same per- 
sonality as the donor of the cell nucleus since ttere 
are still i^estions about wtet forms a persooality - 
genetics, enviroomeot or both. 

"Sc^rtists know ttet Mb swiieaUy altered cell 
will devekv and grow into an adult human as if it ted 
been conceived during sexual intercourse," Selfsays. . 
"Tte ooly tedmotogical teUup in cloning is the de- 
veb^in^ of an artiftcbl placenta and womb to 
provide nutritton to tte Mus. And I feel sure this 
will te devel(q>ed within a decade. ' ' 

Another qnei^too involving ethi(al decisions in- 
volves tte use of aborted fetuses for medical re- 
search. "Tte question tes been asked 'Wtet's wrong 
with using it for research?' It would te aUve bio- 
logically, but would not te viable. It wi^Mi't te 
capable of maint aifli B g and snstainiag its life out- 
skle tte womb. Ustag tte abortnl fetus tor d^ 
experimentaUott &Mi be useful in determining lAat 
dn«s are termfnl to an unborn fetus, and perteps 
many lives cwiW te saved if pregnant women were 
to avoid such dn«s. But is it ethical to use tte 
aborted fetus in eqierimentatton while It is still 
'aUve' bMdoglcally? 

"PUl(»»Bters and efliicists mMt atteul to tteM 
ctaaglng atttiKies ccmcerning death and dying," Self 
says, "tliese changii% concepts oi d^th also med 
to te liced by society. It is not a medteal decUion 
to defiM tile c«cei< of death. It is a medical issue 
to determiM wten ttet definitioo has beoi Mfilled -- 
to interpret wten criteria for tte concept of dntb 
as established By »clety tew teen met," te says. 



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Th« Sun, April 9. 1975 - A-5 



Bayslde's Roy Lohman 
Is featured inside. 
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Britt, FC are eying 
'75 state golf title 



Br STEVE BK»IDO 
Aansfl Writer 

Firtt Col<«laI's 197S golf ^uad seems on tlie road 
to mon of the same sort of success they enjoyed 
last swsoD, Bsmely an Eastern District crown and 
a Ugh {Uiish In'the rsgiooal standli^s. 

But tliis year the team has set a UgberKoal 
for ttscU: a state UUe. 

*We sinaid go all the way," promises Riccardo 
Britt, First Colonial Junior and om of the staun- 
^est bastlou of the Patriot link squad. ';We're hav- 
ing a strooger season. I'm looking forward to my 
Jimlor year. I shot an 80 yesterday, and I'm not sat- 
isfied witk it, bat it's okay." Britt grins, "First 
Colonial «11 the way." 

'The guys have a real good out- 
look. They're all four, or five 
mayt>e six handi cappers. One is 
better one day and anotfier is 
better the next. All of them can 
beat me pretty bad.' 

-First Colonial golf coach John 
Romwio 



The Patriots, led by secood-year coach John Ro- 
mano, t>egan their search tills year for a share of 
the district goodies April 3 l>y meeting ICellam and 
Maury at the Ocean View course and running away 
with )be ittatch. First Colonial finished 27, strokes 
ahead of the Knights and 59 strokes ahead of the 
Commodores. Britt's teammate, Junior Mike Fleinek, 
was Uie match medalist. He was low man with a 
score of 77. 

"They (Kellam) beat us last year t>ad," recalls 
Britt, "but we pA teefc at them. This year, we'll — 
be state champions." 

Britt began his career in golf as a caddy at Prin- 
~«es»-A«»e ^3omtiTf-€lub; "i^hirtt it^«s- about i 



"My ^me was better last year," says Britt. "Right 
now I'm hitting the ball good from tee to green. 
And once my putts start fallii^ I'll be tough to beat." 

"He's been playing very good golf," says Coach 
Ramano. "He's been playing golf and caddying since 
hb was 12. I Just thiidc he's a fine golfer, I don't 
knpw what else to say." - 

Britt has high praise for Romano as well. "He's 
a stqwr coach, he sticks by the team," he says. 
"Lasl year was his first year, but when you got a 
sqier team you've got to keep them together, you've 
got to get them fired up. He keeps us from getting 
big-beaded." 

Despite the individual nature of golf, Britt empha- 
sizes the team strengths of the First Colonial squad. 
"You can rely on any four of us, any four of us can 

My game was l>etter last year. 
Right now I'm hitting the ball 
good from tee to green. And once 
my putts start falling I'll be tou{^ 
to beat.' 

- First Colonial golfer Riccardo 
Britt 

do the Job," says the First Colonial Junior. 

"The guys have a real good outlook," agrees Ro- 
mano. "Iliey're all four, or five mayt>e six handi- 
cappers. It's hard to say whether Riocardo is better 
or Dawson is better. One is better one dsv and another 
is better vlhe next. All of them can beat me pretty 
bad." 

Another plus for the coach in having so much 
talent to work with is the added ease in rotating his 
golfers for Mch match. High man in the previous 
"Week's match is considered number one on the team~ 
until someone else bests him the following week, 
then that player takes over first. In case of ties 




First Colonial's Riccardo Britt on the 

green at 18 at Redwing. The junior 

-^^ golfer was low man in the field at the 

"We're poiirting in that direction. We got a transfer 
student from Princess Anne (Fleinek) who played 
number two or three for them last year. It makes 
us stronger, definitely. We'll be pretty to»«h." 



'He's been playing very good golf. 

I just think he's a fine golfer. 

~t don't know what else to 



say. 

' - First Colonial golf coach Jolm 
Romano 



district tournament last year as a soph- 
omore, and is looking forward this year 
to more of the same. 

■on so far to worry about the possibilities of college 
golf. "I'm a C student," he says. "I'm not looking 
forward to college right now. If I go, I might just go 
to Maryland. They have a pood (golf) program there." 



'Somebody like rr>«» has got to put 
-bricks in hts pocUet, I'm^asmall/ 
- First Colonial golfer Riccarck) 



Britt 



years ago when I began caddjrtng at PA," he says. 
"I used to 1^ over after school and just hang around, 
do odd Jobs. I saw people playing and I said, I want- 

•""*•*•*• '5l*S^i#,y.i 

more tUfficdt than it seemed at fiiist, bat Britt 
began to attract he^) from local club pros Jot 
Rueker and Jeralngs Rouse. With coaching and playing 
time, Britt was a starter as a freshman on the FC 
squad in 1973. The Patriots finished fourth in the 
Eastern District and in the city tourney tl^t year, 
then mustered to grab the district title, and fourth 
jdace tinisbes in the city aodteglooal comp^Uon. 

Kempsville stops FC 



number one that Thursday. 
"It's a piece of cake," 



says Romano about his 



coaching Job. 

limmmm&Sm 

loUs. The players lad reai^ a level of sudi pro- 
ficiency, says Romano, that it called for very little 
coaching on his lart. "Virginia Beach is so golf- 
oriented, he says, "that tbey'U know most of your 
basics, there isn't much teaching of fundamentals." 

When taUd^ about a second consecutive district 
crown, however, Romano is more cautious than his 
players about predicting PC's 1975 climb to the tt^. 



For Britt, though - wto four years ago as a novice 
suffered through scores in the 120s - the outc(HDe 
this season is practically pre-ordatoed. "Kempsville 
ftte our toughest competition," he says, "but 
I be state dttmjaons this y^ai-l^'lBcl^reganls 
tfie factor of late season and tournament pressure 
affecting his game, convinced that once he gets rol- 
ling, the monentum will carry him through. "Some- 
times it can get to you," says the 18-year-old golf- 
er, "but if we stick together as team we can do it." 
Britt has been cmceirtratiiiK too aoch ob the set- 



Getting practice time has been a problem in re- 
cent weeks due to rain and high winds. During the 
Kellam- Maury match, when gusts of up to 40 mile 
an hour were blowi^ in Tidewater, ^ )39-p0Biid 
Britt wis worried aB,(^f^*5Jg(Sic4*afety,'- . 

"SomrtiQdy like me has got to pit| bricks in his 
pocket, I'm so small," he grins. 

In the long run, college or no coUege, the First 
Colonial athlete has but one predictable ambiti(». 
"To play golf," be says. " Just to play and be aroimd 
the game as much as 1 can." 



Marlins beat Knights, lose to Titans 



The la^ wedc ai Vir- 
ginia Brach Bon-district 
btMbaU closed with a 
number of gaaet caacded 
due to high wiads and eU- 
Uy weather. But while the 
winds caused scores to 
sou- in oOier aragamM 



that were played, the runs 
were few in numlier at 
the Bcscb. Errors, bow- 
ever, were as pl^talas 
mosquitoes in August. 

Terry Morton's Bayside 
crew agmted the first part 



of a busy week April 2 
by stopidng Kellam, 7-2 
on the six-hit ^tehing of 
Mike Rhodes. Rhodes, al- 
ong with teammates Gene 
Lech, Buddy Miller and 
bullpen - partner Marty 
Mooro, collected two hits 



en route to his firat win 
ei the seutm. Tte Mar- 
lins cracked out a doz- 
en hits off senior Doug 
Andersm, but the KnigUs 
also committed four er- 
rors. A first inning two- 
run homer by Gene Efird 



m 




A Marlin rumer is tr^sped between 
first WKf secomi by Ldce Taylor play- 
ers in a play indicative of Bayside for- 



tifies last weekend. Despite getting seven 
hits, the Marlins lost the2'-1 decision. 



proved useless as Wayne 
Sjfte's Kn^its lost their 
second non-district con- 
test. 

Friday, the defoiding 
Eastern Districts Uxk (» 
Lake Taylor at home, play- 
ing on a day so windy that 
two other city games were 
canceled. The Marlins 
Jofflped (M to a 1-0 lead 
OD a round tr^r by Dave 
Stanley in the tUrd imlag, 
but despite three Lake 
Taylor errors, BaysUe fa- 
iled to muster the needed 
otooe fCHT the win. Mar- 
ty Moore got the loss, his 
first start on the s^son. 

bi other Friday action, 
Kempsville and First Col- 
onial squraJ off with the 
Chiefs posting a 4-2 win 
on tack - to - back sco- 
ring raUies. The Patriots 
enjoyed a two-rua op^iing 
Inning, hot thai had to cm- 
tend with three errors as 
Kempsville made a come- 
back in the fifth to tie 
the match up. ta the six- 
th inning, Dave Gilliam 
Kevin Walck each coUect- 
ed two hits and two runs- 
batted - in to{Httfae Chiefs 
ahrad for good. Starter 
Scott O'Hara went the dis- 
tance and took the win, 
while PC's Darryl Doss 
colleeted the loss. 

First Colonial inched q> 
aactfher non-district game 
with Norfolk Catholic m 
Saturday, bid this time 
grabbed a narrow 4-3 vic- 
tory. The Patriots foind 
themselves down, 1-0, ea- 
rly in the contest, but they 
came back in the fourth 
wtth a ttree - run expto- 
sion flttt put them ahead 
for good. PC's Mark FU- 
tt<n stroked a hit in the 
fifth that irat across the 
winning run for the Pat- 
riots. Oespte three er- 
rors, First (MoBial staved 
off a Ute Bulldog rally 
to grab the win. Carl Mc 
Dnald got the win, with 
relief help from UikeGur- 
ley. McDonald is 1-1 this 
season. 




Bayside catcher Mike Clauss 
consoles pitcher ^ve Pruitt 
(kring a mound conferMMie of 
the Bayside - Lake Ti^lor game 



Friday at Bayside. The Titms 
punched across the wiimir^ run 
to claim a 2-1 victory. 



lAABO convention set 



1^ Iita<natiODal Asso- 
ciation of Approved Bas- 
k^ball Officials (lAABO) 
will hold their annul 
qsisg canventioB April 18 
and 19 at the ^eratcn 



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Del^ates of the 12,000 
\ member organiration will 
tonduct business Ajnril 19 
to elect new officers wk^t 
tte direction of Phil Ite- 
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associa^D A social ga- 
ttering featuri^ a buffet 
and refreshments is sche- 
dvled for the eveni^ of 
AprU It at the- ^raton 
Beach Ins, 



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Sports Record 



3chedules 

Baseball 

Friday 

Kempsville at Bayside 

Cox at First Cotonial 

Princess Anne at Lake Taylor 

Kellam at Maury 

Satnniay 

Norfolk Catholic at Co« 

Tuesday 

Granby at Bayside 

Maury at First Colonial 

Princess Anne at Kellam 



Golf 



I 



Unirsdiy 

First Colonial, Bayside, Cox and Lake Taylor at 
Red Wii% Printess Anne Kellam, Booker T. and 
Granby at Stumpy Lake Kempsville, Norview and 
Maury at Bow Creek 



Results 



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Rams are intermediate clia^ps 



The Cooke Rams claimed the 1975 
intermediate division title at the Cen- 
tral Bayside Athletic Association tour- 
ney two weeks ago. The Rams posted 
a perfect 24-0 season record in their 
class, composed of boys aged 13 and 
14. At front (left to right) are Jeff 
Howard, Anthony Riddick, Harry 



Smithson, Maurice Fisher, Anthony Ja- 
mes Morris. Standing (left to right) 
are assistant coach Rip Rylance, team 
captain Randy Fort}es, Billy Washburn, 
Allen Ford, Robert Creekmore, Terry 
Mitchell, Jerry DuBoise, Brian Huff- 
man, Danny Ackaway, and head coach 
Fletcher Bryant. 



Bo oke r T . Washi ng ton a t Cof- 



Plaza Junior at Bayside Junior 
Lynnhaven Junior at Independence Junior 
Virginia Beach Junior at Kempsville Junior 



Boy's Gymnastics 

Today ' 

First Colonial at Kellam 
Kempsville at Bayside 



Baseball 



Track 



April t 

Bayside 7, KelUm 2 

Friday 

KempsTille 4, First Colonial Z 

Lake Taylor 2, Bayside 1 

Virfinia Beach Junior 4, Bayside Junior 2 

Independence Junior 4, Princess Anne Junior 

Kempsville Junior 5, Plaza Junior 2 

Saturday 

First Colonial 4, Norfolk Catholic 3 



I 



Danish team visit set 



The Danes are coming. 

Beach wrestling fans, 
who were able to see the 
Russian national Junior 
Olympic wrestling team 
take on a squad of Virginia 
high school stars last sum- 
mer, will have a chance 
April 22 to see the Danish 
national Junior Olympic 
squad meet against Vir- 
ginia wrestlers at Prin- 
cess Anne High School. 



The event, sponsored by 
the American International 
Physical Fitness and 
Wrestling Club, marks the 
third time that a national 
wrestling team has visited 
Tidewater to compete with 
Virginia wrestlers. 

Tryouts lor the Virginia 
squad, coached by Ameri- 
can International's Wayne 
Boyd, are set for Satur- 
day. Only Virginia resi- 



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Cox's Conkwright 
wins in classic 



PITTSBURG^ - Cox 
High School wrestling star 
Chris Conkwright coasted 
to victory Sunday in a na- 
tional wrestling tourney 
between a U.S. All-Stor 
team and a squad made up 
of Pennsylvania state 
champions. 

The tourney^ billed as 
the Old Newsboy's Clas- 
sic since it was sponsor- 
ed by the Plttslwrgh Press, 
saw Conkwright whip Mike 

vi vieaiiieiu, ra., 
a 5-2 decision in their 132- 
poond bout . Gill , also a high 
school senior, entered the 
contest with a 22-2 chart. 
The win boosted Coidc- 
wright's career wun-loss 
boot record to 95-6-1. 

Conkwright competed in 
the tournament as a mem- 
ber of a 12-man U.S. All- 
Star KjBMd coached by 
hree - time NCAA cham- 
I^on Dan Gable. The team 
included state champions 
from all over the cmmtry. 




Today 

Kempsville at Granby 

First Colonial at Lake Taylor 

Maury at Cox 

Princess Anne at Bayside 



I Girl's Track 

:;: Today 

■:• Princess Anne at Bayside 

:j: Cox at Kempsville 

g First Colonial at Kellam 

I 

I Junior High Track 

•^ Today 

^: Bayside Junior at Kempsville Junior 

g Virginia Beach Junior at Plaza Junior 

!^ Lynnhaven Junior at Independence Junior 



Boy's Tennis 

FriAiy 

Granby at First Colonial 

Lake Taylor at Kempsville 

Princess Anne at Kellam 

Cox at Bayside 

Tuesday 

Lake Taylor at First Colonial 

Kempsville at Princess Anne 

Bayside at Norview 

Bo oke r T. W ash ii igtu m t Coi " - 



Track 



Aprill 

Nonrlew 71, Princess Anne 58 

Kempsville 72 1/2, Cox 63 1/2 

Bayside 109, Maury 27 

Kellam 87, First Colonial 49 

Thorsdiy 

Bayside Jioiior 99, Lynabaven Junior 9 

Virginia Beach Junior 100, Princess Anne Junior 8 

Kempsville Junior 67, Plaza Junior 41 



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Tennis 



April! 

First Colonial 9, Bodter T. WasUn^on 

Maury 8, Bayside 1 

Norview 8, Kellam 1 

Kenpsville 6, Cox 3 

Princess Anne 5, Granby 4 /' 



Golf 



Tbariday . ^ 

Kempsville 313, Lake Taylor 329, Booker T. Wash- ^ 
ington 381, Granby 412 
First Colonial 316, Kellam 342, Maury 375 



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Conkwright fiittshed Ms 

scholastic wrestling car- 
eer this past season by 
winnii^ his third Virginia 
State title. One of the most 
highly recruited high 
school gran>lers in the 
country, Conkwright is 
considering scholarship 
offers from 40 colleges, 
including Oklahoma and 
North Carolina. 



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Friday 

Bayside at Cox 

First Colonial at Princess Anne 

Kellam at Kempsville 

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Princess Anne at Bayside 

Cox at Kempsville 

First Colonial at Kellam 



talrl's Track 

Cox 71, Bayside 39 



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Lynnhaven Junior 102, Bayside Junior 73 ^ 

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Marlin's Lohman: a good bat when you need him 



By STEVE WHIDO 
An ^M Wrtte 

At i-4 and wctfUae 13$, Ray L.(Ainan won't go 
dcnm is teysMe's rficoitl bcx* as tlw Iriaest player 
to ^y Harlia taristy basebaU, imt fee may set a 
few records i« tlie Uttii« eat^iry over tke a«rt 
tvosnsQBs. 

Already this year tfce Harltn Jnalor center-fielder 
has stnAed six solid felU in Jtist Uttmes at tlie pkte, 
tetTtaf as Impressed C(»ch Terry Morton to say, 
'Rc'U kit tlie ball every Ume. He's m4 a power 
Wter, twt te always cones away with one." 

De^te his sice - Coach Morton Uctfolly describes 
Uftraas as a "saall kid" - ^y^de's t($ bitter so 
lu- in '75 befan his career at tbe sefeoo) as a {rert- 

iffflfi Pmt^ll ramlfatat. 



'W«'ve got a good team, 
our defsnse you can't beat 
Things have b«M pretty 
even so far, iMit we've got 
to get in there tirt4 hit. 
When WB get into our dis- 
trict gwnes we'll do real 
good.' 

- Bayside center fielder 
Roy Ldiman 

'I idayed five years of foottMll," says Uduun, 
addiae that four of them were in the community 
leacnes. But Men it came to biKh school foottali, 
be says, thisfs were different. "When I idayed he- 
lore you'd (0 oirt there and have a good time with 
ytrar friends. In high school, I felt I had to fo ort 
and kill. I didn't like it moch.' FooOmU rertricted 
his {Hivate life too much as well, says Ldnaa. 
"I wairted to do what I wanted oa myowntiaM.' 

Track, also, held UtUe interest. ftn- LokmaiL "I 
pole vaulted. Higbest I ever got was 10 fert," he 
says. *I diita't like it thit much. Everybody was 
oirt there doing their own thing." 

Lohman has been kx^dng for some time for "Us 
own thtng," and be thinka be may have found it is 
baseball. "I like the outfield. naaii« after tbe baU. 
It's a rol exdti^ place to {day." He uMs, "But I 
don't care as long as I (day." 




a bad break. You got to come ba«k, though." 

Which is precUely what Bayside is {rianniag on 
doing, despite a 2-3 re<^nd in tbe wm-district games 
tUS year. "We'vt fot a good toam, our defease you 
can't beat," empfeasUes Uriunan. "When we get into 
our district ^imi we'll do real good," he promises, 
"map have bmm prMy evw so far, bat we've 
rXtogctiattiereamlUt." 

Ei«|it for Letaaa, taysMe has soflered taw a 
paacl^r <rf hmiag m* seajmn. Moore tea idreked 
lawr Ws la 15 at bi^ and senior first hnsaman 
Quae Lett has tol as mm^ to 11 ttmss at te jklte. 
Junior leS-bander MOm OtOu ramto oitt flit Mar- 
Un hitting irtOi three UU is 11 at baU. AA so far 
tt tea net bea emmf^ to ^nrk Oe needed iws. 



tuicr <rf Oie tme. "If ^u ke^ taHciag. keep chat- 
tering, thM you'll stay alert." With the wind reach- 
ing SO mile an hour gusts as it did Friday in the 
Lake Taylor contest, the uidraown factor increases. 
"ft just makes you worry," te admits. 'The trees 
st<9 the wind pratty good, l>ut you never know what 
you're gotag to do. I get pretty nervous thinking 
aboirtit.' 

A imniber oi scholastic l>asei>all matches were 
cancelled in Tidewater last weekend because of the 
h%h winds and diilly weather, but Bayside was im- 
perturbed. In the wake of Mier game scores like 
18-9, a 2-1 srare seems either an indication of 
s«|)erior pitcUng and defntse, or plain poor bitting. 
As in the Marlin's extra - innu^s loss to Princess 



U«MAH 

Lohatti. has shown his versatility in tbe past. 
Last year, as a sofdiomore oo Bayside's district 
cbaaqiioaship chd>, he caught for Marty Moore and 
Craig Wesaer. Wiesner now plays for ODU while 
Moore is in Us senior season at Bayside and looking 
for Us fint win on tbe seas(ni. Moore lost bis first 
dedsian a^i&M Lake Taylor Friday by a 2-1 score. 

"We were so high, we Just loved playing," recalled 
Lohman about the '74 season. He says that Hie Mar- 
lins' win over Kempsville in tbe playoffs for the dis- 
trict title was the most memorable part of the sea- 
son for Um, bat adds, "We lost in the regionals on 



'He's a small kJd. He'll 
hit Hw ball eyery time. 
He's not a power hitter, 
but he ahways comes away 
Witt) dne." 
- Bayside co«:h Terry 
Morion 

"Lech has been a surinise," says Coach Morton, 
who admite that the weather has played a large part 
in determining tbe oitfcomes of games in Uie early 
season so far because "|dt<^rs are so far ahead 
of evenrose^se i^bt now." 

But Lohman, tbe Marlins lead-off bitter with his 
.555 average, is mA ready to think about tbe in- 
tricacies of wianing or losing. That's tte coach's 
iob. But If there i^ a conch around he wants to win 
tor, it U MoT^. "He watches out for us," says 
Lohman. "Eve^Aody likes Mm. He wants to see 
Marty do well Ois year and so do 1. 1 want to see 
us go all the way again." 

Playim the outfit is a Itttle different tram 
IdocUng the fMe, eqwdally wten you wei^ 135 
pounds, brt tbe relattve isdqiendence that outfield- 
ers enjoy - an iadcfwndence that borders on de- 
tached Ixntleom - ndds fliat mndi more of a zest 
to Lohmu'a gung-ho attitude toward the game. 

"You never know until the ball's hit where it's 
going to go," he says, emphasizing tbe unknown. 



'I get jdced a lot because 
of my size, but it just ma- 
kes me want to try harder.' 
- Bayside center fielder 
Roy Lohman 



Anne two weeks ago, Lohman sighs, "It just takes 
one run to beat you." 

Bigirt now, though, the yoiag Bayside student is on 
tap (A ate world, having just weathered a famUy 
crisis in iriiich his 3 - year-old brother, Charlie, 
suffered through a bout of spinal meningitis. "For 
a while ttiere we didn't know if be was going to make 
tt," Lohman says, "but he's One now." 

Summing up Us personal chart for tbe future, 
LcAmaa is optimistic. "I get jtdced a lot because 
of my size," says tbe boy who was not fast enough 
ito play the ootfield is Pembroke community league," 
Ibnt it iust makes me want to try harder. Bayside 
Is a good sdKXd. I like it l»re. This year aU the 
guys are real Uce." 

As tor his Utting streak, a veritable testament 
to his drtcrminatioo and strength despite a mere 
lis pounds, Lotanan answers, "I just want to keep 
It up." 



Kellam, Bayside jump on track foes 



~~iMtan'i U'ack 'sifuad 
cooliMMd Its bUtz over 
Tidewater trams A|»11 2 
by running over haidess 
First Cokmial. S7-49. Tbe 



every runuiag tveUezcqit 
Uw MO and ttn two-mUe 
run. Ifargo DiaiM s|vtatid 
to a first • ptaM win in 
Oe 440 in a ttme of 51.1 
seoowis, wUle tesmmate 
Josnkus Godfrey won the 
220 ta a time of » se- 
conds flat, ta ttie wei^its, 
Kal^ 240-pomider Danny 
HiU threw the discus 124- 
2 good tEW a first {dace 



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mua nnrsiiii Denei man 
It fed amy from the best 
toss is tte (ttstriet this 
ynnr. ¥tni(Miimt»l'*l»- 
ry OnbaJsw gnMMd flw 
vte In shal pit, tnnnlsg 
Uw in» bnU SO-t. M be^ 
mil's prevtoos Ug^ mait 
irf«<7. 

Bayside hailed past 
Mury by a l(M-27 More. 
Tlie Commodores von jurt 
two events on tte af- 
ternoon, ilH no and the 
triple jua^. Marlia apl- 
nter Jeiry Mosely came 
fiironiji is fliriee nmniag 
events for taysfde.' tak- 



ing fii^ in the 100, tire 
220 and ttie 440 events. 
Tbe Baj^de junior also 
took first in the long jump 
wltkaleq>(tf21-l. 

Martin Cllrton Doomy 
matched the area's best 
chart tUs year in pote vault 
going 12-0 in ttat field ev- 
ent. Steve Biddng shaved 
one-tenth of a second off 
the eatty season's high 
marie by prating a 15.3 
second time in the high 
Uirtnes. Senior John Wy- 
an was spotligMed in ttie 
wel0«s. Be threw tbe shot 



Kea^sville edged out 
Cox, 72 1/2 to 63 1/2, 
as outdoor track ertered 
its second week in Tide- 
watM-, Chief senior Steve 

place finishes in the ndle 
and two-mile evads, gain- 
ing a 9:57 in the latter. 
Mike Grabtree and Cox's 
ferman Brockett shared* 
one first - {dace flai^ 



ihac ti«l at_5~ia 

ewA in the high jmap. 
Brodutt went on to take 
tiie long jump competition 
with a^jai^crf 20-5 Tea- 



^ a 10.5 lOO^ad- 
was timed at 24.3 in tbe 
220, batCoxcouldnotm^e 
up the p(didsnee<ted to cat- 
ch the Chiefs. 



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Virginia spent' $12,021 to clean 19 litter along 
the Virginia Beach - Norfolk Expressway in 1973- 
74, according to a report issued this week by the 
State Department of Highways and Transportation. 
That bill was part of an expeiuliture of $1,207,988 
^or ^^Mckwg 1^ litter along Virgiiua a 7i',uuu mties ' 



<A state-maintained roads. 

It was the third consecutive fiscal year in which 
the state's litter bill exceeded $1 million. In 1972- 
73, it amounted to $1,020,888; in 1971 - 72, the bill 
was $1,050,732. 

"It's frustrating when you consider that the tax 
money spent to collect litter doesn't really buy any- 
thing of lasting value for the public," said C.o! 
Leigh, the Highway Department's state maintenance 
engineer. 

"If it were not necessary to spend those funds 
on tbe litter problem, they could be used to a far 
greater benefit to finance permanent highway im- 
provements for safety and mobility," he said. 

Leigh said citizens could help reduce the cost 
this year by: 
" • Keeping a litter container in their vehicles and 
using it for scraps of paper and other trash. 

• Using the litter barrels placed at intervals 
along Virginia's highways. Some 1,400 such recep- 
tacles are provided largely for this purpose by the 
department. 

• Encouraging the establishment and use of ade- 
quate local refuse disposal facilities if they aren't 
provided already. This would aid in eliminating the 
pesky problem of household garbage sometimes 
being deposited at the state's roadside trash recep- 
tacles. , 




Trash like Ihis along Virginia highways 
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Besides being ugly and costly, litter also can be 
a safety hazard, Leigh pointed out. He said that 
windblown trash can distract motorists and obstruct 
their visibility, and on occasion has struck wind- 
shields of moving vehicles. 

Tbe dqiartment's report on litter came as its 
maintenance forces conducted their annual spring 
-cleanup betore the April 19-27 observance of Hls^ 
toric Garden Week. 
In addition to litter collection, which is a year- 
~ around job, the defpartmenl Is clealiing signs, sign- 
posts, and delineators (the small roadside posts with 
reflective plates to guide motorists.) There are more 
than 250,000 directional and Informational signs on 
the interstate, arterial and regular primary routes. 
The work also includes an extra cleanii^ for rest 
areas, waysides and picnic table areas. Clean, fresh- 
ly painted trash barrels are being provided at pic- 
nic areas, and guardrail is being cleaned and re- 
placed where necessary. Uqaved roadside shoulders 
on the primary system are being checked for pos- 
sible rutted conditions which may have developed 
during the winter, with repairs being made where 
such conditions exist. 

Approximately 5 , 500 department employes are help- 
ing in the statewide cleanup, using some 2,200 trucks 
and other pieces of equipment. By the time the job 
is completed, they will have worked an estimated 
130,000 man-hburs. 






Civic league members and owners of re- 
creational vehicles wrote another chapter 
Monday in their continuing battle over park- 
ing regulations for campers and other re- 
creational vehicles (RV) --but the Virginis 
Beach City Council has yet to close the book 
on the subject. 

Spokesmen for both sides — some making 
tiwir fourth trek to City Hall -- stated and 
restated their cases before councilmen Mon- 
day, bat a tie vote of 5-5 ended their hopes 
this week for a final settlement of their 
argument. 

In early February, RV owners asked the 
city to abolish a law requiring that campers, 
trailers, boats and other RVs to be parked 
beyond the sides of houses and no closer 
than three feet to any lot line. The law had 
not been enforced since October. 

Their efforts met with cqqmitfon from 
some civic leagues which claimed that cam- 
pers parked in driveways were "unsightly 
and significantly degrade" the appearance 0/ 
..residential jieighbortoods. 



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Two additional aK>earances before CouncO 
resulted in a proposed ordinance which would 
place RV restrictions in the city's Compre- 
hensive Zoning Ordinance but with a provi- 
sion attached which wcnild exempt any resi- 
dential lot where the side yard setback was 
less than 10 feet. 

That was the ordinance which both RV 
owners and their opponents expected a final 
decision ^^n MiHiday, but the mystery wiU be 
prolonged until Monday whra Council votes 



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again to break the tie. 

A parade of speakers told couocllmen that 
the parking restrictions posed hardships 00 
RV owners «ho could not store their vehicles 
out of sight. Some said they were forced to 
park their campers in North Carolina. 

During the meeting, councilmen l^rnea 
that the exemption (or side yard setbacks of 
less than 10 feet wmild apply to several 
residential subdivisions within tbe city, a 
factor which piSompted Vice-mayor George 
Ferrell to move ttat the original ordinance 
with no exceptions be adopted. 

That vote ended in a 5-5 split, with Ferrell 
joined by Councilmen John Baum, Rot>ert 
Callis, Charles Gardner and Dr. J. Henry 
McCoy. Voting against the ordinance were 
Mayor J. Curtis Payne and Councilmen John 
Griffin, Dr. Clarence Holland, Robert Croo- 
well and Patrick Standing. 

Ptfflgo CouKilnafi Floyd Watertleld^ras 
absent from Monday's session due to the 
death of his lather over the weekend. 
— Council then voted on tbeordinance with the 
provision for exemption, but that vote also 
ended in an identical 5-5 ^lit. 

"You mean we all have to come back next 
week ui nptala to Mr. Waterfield what «• 
want," one citizen remarked. 
■ "I'm sure Mr. Waterfield is aware of 
your arguments," Mayor Payne answered. 
With .nothing decided, RV owners and 
(q^nents lett to await what they hope will 
be a final solution to tbe dilenuna when 
a full 11-man Council votes Monday. 



New center 
church tool 

Smta) marked Uw opeoiaf of the new wwalUp 
ceitfer ol the Clmrch of the Axcensloo in Kemps- 
• vUle. 

Bicfeop Walter F. folUvao dedicated the buUd- 
ing wUck WiU have tkt di^lncUon of being tbe 
first CilkoUc clwrdi of its kind In ti» Diocese of 
UchooBd. The stractore is tmique in that it is 
primarily a church wUch can be used for many 
purposes, rather than tke mulU-nse buildi^ which 
also serves as a church. 

Everything in the buildiai;, from the BapUsimal 
fouirtaia crafted d u ocean Buoy to the alter table 
matte btHB oU World War D ship hatch covers, 
rtfeet tke peoide (d the Navy-oriented parish. 
4 TlM! ^raclure Itself, which was designed by Gri|s, 
Wood, and Browne, of Charlottesville, Va., evelved 
from the petqde's ondenbading of themselves as 
a CattoUe Christian craimmity. There are no class- 
rooms ia the two level commons or loliby area, 
since the parish's religious education classes are 
held in |»1nte hones. 

IHe oHMf level of the coramoos wiU house the 
children's Utnrgy of the Word, as well as a nur- 
sery. Here are also rooversation areas on this 
tofel, which were created to promote the community 
spirit among church members. <, 

Ob the lower level of the $500,0(10 structure 
are the administrative offices, tbe sacristy, and the 
recoociUiitloa nam, wtadk can also be used for a 
Inlde's room or a ptaee tor the coffin durii^a- 
Christlaa .wake service. The entire commons area 
will aln be used for the usual parish meetings 
aod socials, as well as for wedding recei^aas. 
Baptisms, and wake services. 

The large worship area with it's moveable fur- 
nltnre and pr^ection room will primarily be used 
tor liturgical celebrations. It's theater type light- 
ing and acoustics m^e this area suitable for the 
performance of concerts, theatrical productions, 
dramas and lectures. 

The panxoe Of the building is that of a tool to 
be used by the people of the Church of the Ascen- 
sion to fulfill their mission statement "to proclaim 
the word of God, to celebrate the Eucharist, ami to 
serve the local commnity." The local community 
WiU be invited to share with the people of Ascen- 
sion parish in the use of this building. H is being 
offered to the pet^le of Kempsville as a meeting 
place for religious, ciric, social and cultural act- 
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Mennbers of the cast of "Godspell" 
are (bottom row, left to right) Kenya 
Benitez, Lyme March and GregRodgers 
(second row) Cheryl Utterback, Steve 
Marten, Kathy McGown, Tripp March and 
Laurie Bums (third row) Richard Mar- 
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No camping; 
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There's a camper init beUod Norma Morrill's 
house at 254 Roselya Lane, VtrKioia Beach, but she's 
tte «rif* (My <<? w>in>t thit t)w funtly down't 4f> 'V\w* 
campinx anymore. 

It's not because the Morrill's have lost tbrir 
lovfe for romping outdoors; it's more of a practical 
matter. 

AlthooKh the vehicle kxAs •like a camper from the 
outside, it has become a storeroom for Mrs. Mor- 
from delicate bread-d(^h mushrooms and cute worms 
squirming from apples to the huge plates of glass 
she uses for her tinsel art. 

Tinsel art? "1 read it was a lost art," Mrs. Mor- 
rill explalaed as she dabbed at a i^ece of glass with 

a paintbrvsh. Sw couldn't resist the challenge or 
resurrecting the art form. 

Back when Englishmen first began importing tea 
from the Orient, their ladies began putting the toil- 
like wrapper to wori^ in the tinsel art. Paints came 
from natural sources, such as dyes from berries. 

The ladies found that if they s^lied the dye to 
the glass and backed it with tinsel, they had an at- 
tractive ornament. 

Mrs. Morrill likes tiie idea, she eqdained, "be- 
cause every way the light hits It, the colors look 
different." 

Since then she's t>een trying all kinds of effects, 
from layers of paints to silhouettes, qwrkees and 
spangles. Her worii comes in small flowered cameos 
and huge windows of glass. 

In the end, she has a homemade product, down to 
the frame, which her husband molds in his wood- 
sb(q>. 

"Someone gave me a truckload of old faamwood," 
she said, and the frames made from the aging scar- 






'Your head can still spin' after 60, 
according to newlyweds Gladys Barney 
66, and Vernon Pritchard, 67, who tied 
the knot in a ceremony Monday at Thalia 
United Methodist Church. 



Not many brides can boast that their granddai^ter 
served as the flowerslrl for ike wiaj Un t , 

Gladys fiamey Pritchanl, who said "r'^MTTOr «#**" 
second time in her 68 years on Monday can. 

Her new husband, Vernon Pritchard, 67, who had 
■MMged to avoid tte perils of courtsUp and mar- 
riage for a full 13 years before Gladys got him hook, 
line and sinker, didn't seem at all unhappy about 
his dilemma a few days before the wedding, also 
his second. 

"I'm marrying her for her cooking," he said with a 
broad grin and a wink. The iww Mrs. Pritchard, 
f-^ who used to be a school cafeteria supervisor in her 
home state of Kansas, admits she can whip up q^te 
a spread, including apple pie for dessert - one of 
her specialties. 

"Sia fattened me iq> for the kill," Pritchard com- 
plained, as be pointed to a well-padded stomach. 
"1 already pot on seven pounds," which he explained 
is the result of his fiancee's culinary abilities. 

The coiqde met more than a year ago in the Thalia 
Senior Center which meets in Thalia United Metho- 
dist Church. "We decided to get married in the church 
where we met," Gladys said, with Rev. Reginald Wal- 
ton officiating. 

The ceremony was held on the Thalia Senior Cit- 
isen Center's regular meeting time so the couple's 
friends could join in the festivities. Gladys, who re- 
gularly visits the Bayside Senior Citizens Center, 
explained that her groiq) met at Thalia unit until 
they found a facility of their own. Pritchard was a 
member of the Beach center. 

Although the Pritcbards meA in Virginia Beach, 
where they both have children, both migrated from 
Kahsas. 

CHi their first meetii%, Gladys remarked, "He 
recopized Kansas- when I walked in the door." 

The romance didn't start right away, she added. 

"We didn't start going together 'til July," Gladys 



said. They (pickly decided to get married. "We thought, 

4Mat. wky vaattall this time, uid ha kwt (in howMl- 

"m me to 'g w B Mi ^ rtwi. *- — 

"Something like it," Pritchard admitted. 

Her first husband died in October 1973, Gladys 
said, "and I didn't think I'd ever get married again," 
especially after living with one man for "better than 
40 years." 

Pritchard, who was married himself for 32 years 
' before his wife died, has been sigle for 13 years. 
"I never met anybody I wanted," he eq>laiaed. "I 
didn't figure on getting married." 

Gladys changed that. 

It's kind of a destiny thing," Gladys said. "The 
Lord has it in our lives. This is a new chapter 
in our lives." 

Why do people get married in their 60s? 

"WeU, you just fall in love," Gladys said with a 
smile. "It's companionsh^, being able to give each 
other some happiness." 

And what about sex after 60? "Oh," she said with 
a little smile, "your head can still spin." 

Shortly before the wedding, they posed for a pic- 
ture, and Pritchard tried to steal a Uss. She scold- 
ed him mildly, bat smiled happily, as he tried to 
pull her a little closer. 

Hie newlyweds plan a trip to their native Kansas 
before they tour north, with a swing into Canada 
and then south past Niagara Falls; it will be the 
first time either has seen it. 

Then they'll settle into the cozy apartmeM attach- 
ed to the home of Gladys' daughter, Pat Lanier at 
5004 Dailey Drive, where Gladys lived before the 
wedding. 

Mrs. Lanier is Gladys' only child. Pritchard 
has two children. 

"I don't know how many we're going to haye," 
he said with a nod toward Us bride. "ProbaMy 
adozm." 



Sa photos by Ifery Roda 

Aluminim foil backing the glass palette 
for tinsel art makes colors dance with 
reflected light. 

ed pieces seem to attract peo|de. 

Mrs. Morrill, who said three of her four children 
also share ter interest in art, finds that friends 
occastonally drt^) in to pick up some of her ideas. 

"I can show anybody how to do it," she said, al- 
ttough the painstaking bnishwork is frustrating to some 
students. For those who enjoy it, she'll be starting 
a class soon with the Virginia Beach Arts Center. 

But she issued a warning: "The more tedious it' 
is, the better 1 like it," and she admits that she doesn't 
understand some of the more modem artwork that 
seems to be done in bold, quick strokes and ab- 
stract concepts. 

"I want it to be a little bit hard." Mrs. Morrill 
said. "It's something I have to put thoi^ht to." 



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Nonria Morrill confiscates the family's 
dining room table to dabble with a tin- 
sel art creation. Her finished products 
have ttieir own gallery in the family's 
cancer. 



'Mary, Mary': adult fare for theatre 



By MABY RODA 
Su Stall Writer 



The Virginia Beach Little Theatre will be doii« 
a Ut of growing wp with the comedy "Mary, Mary," 
acconUpg to director Paul Gaddis, if it can ncoier 
friMD bnrim legs, flu, boUday intemiptiOBs and 
(rwtratiig amtttlons. 

Birt ctartag a recent rehearsal, Gaddis was op- 
timistie. His Inding characters were picking 19 
the tempo, ani the comedy, full of double entrendres 
,aiid sexual pims, was stoj^ 19 nicely. 

"We may be late openi^," Gaddis admitted. "The 
Aow was |i^:wd from tte beginnii« by accidents,* 
As IMag proof, he waved toward the prop girl, 
Lanrto WoU, whose cast-covered leg was profited 
9 M the thetfre scat as Ae wateh^i the rehearsal. 

Dm Bpaaaii, Oe set testier, was wt with the 
b, and Easter and Passover crt>servances also to(* 
tteb Ml (rf ost and crew members. 

Art Gaddis' wani m^ory was that tf aodttkns, 
w^ Ave men of varying ages and it wom^ stowed 



iq> to re«i for a handful of roles wuaiaUledfor 
two men and three; wranen wto were all about the 
same age. 

"Here we came along with an adult play," Gaddis 
said, "and few adults showed iq>." 

Quick revisions on the script solved the problem, 
and GMldis made his characters about 10 years 
you^er. The cast rangM from 24 to 29. 

Tte comedy, which first an>eared en Broadway 
in 1959, is about a couple who discover that they're 
still in tove is tte midst of a div«Bt;e. 

The iNdinc characters, Fran Person and Liwfa 
Green, just hi^ven to be married to each other. 

Both agree tint some of the <ttalogue hits home, 
b«t tteir roles are reversed. 

In the comedy, the wife has the biting sarcasm 
tering arguments while the hustend reacti, aid Us. 
Green said the tables are turned at home. 

Peterson said it's difficult to forget the ctmiedy 
evM at the br^kfast table. "Over Cbeerios," he 
remarked, his wife will think of somethii^ ttet re- 



minds her of ttie «>Bedy, and she'll want to prac- 
tice. 

(kddis is delighted with his performers, and said 
Peterscm and Ms. Greea are easy to direct be- 
cause they can "r^d" each other so well. 

It's not the first time the lair have been on stage 
together. Both had major roles in "The Crucible," 
Arthur Miller |day produced this fall by a gro«4> 
of Beach actors and actresses who yearned for some 
serious tare rather than tte musicals and comedies 
pcpilar with Little Theatre and the dinner theatres. 

Gaddis, towever, said "Mary, Mary" stould give 
Brach theatre iHiffs something they haven't had for 
a while - a growa-q> naaedy. 

Ite LitUe Theatre'* "last r«aiy adult show," 
he reported, was "All the Better to KiU You With," 
which he directed two years ago. 

"Mary, Mary" is "very contemporary as far as 
ita trukatn goes," (^ddU nid. "None of'tte a- 
pletives have been deleted." 

Theatre audiences won't flBd It in bul taste, he 
«ld«l, but ha doesn't neommead ttie show tor child- 
ren. 



Gaddis, who is the film production manager for 
WHRO Television, said "Mary, Mary" is a tight show. 
Many of the cast members also have other re- 
sponsibilitira. 

"It's easier to work with," he added, "because 
you don't have those mob scenes" usually accompany- 
ing musicals with large choruses. 

Petersen is also d(HAlii^ as tecfemical director, 
a new eqwrience for him. For the first time, he 
admitted, he is aware of the problems faced by 
ncnactors who work on a production. 

"The thii% I never knew before, be said pointii^ 
to the stage, "is on that side of the footlights, 
you jvst have to worry about lines and movement, 
bat the gny on the other side, the guy who's workii^ 
to get the pn^, set and furnishings coordinated, 
he's going bananas out there." 

"Mary, Mary' opens this weAend witt performances 
at 1:30 p.ffl. Fridays and &tunteys and 3 p.m. 
Swdays throi^ April 26. Tickets are $3.75 for 
adults and $2 for stwlents. Reservations can l>e made 
by a callii^ the Little Theatre box office at iU- 
9523. 



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B-2- The Sun, April 9, 191S 




FOR THE FUTURE 



COUNCIL OF 
GASOEH CLUBS 

Tbe aiiDual meetinK of 
the Council of Garden 
elite of Virginia Beacb is 
today in the north wing 
lounge of tbe General Hos- 
pital of Vtrflnia Beaclr~ 
Registration l)egins at 9:30 
am Reports will be given 
by committee chairm«i 
and club presidents, and 
officers for 1975-77 will 
be elected. 

PARTY AIDE COURffl 

The YWCA and the Vir- 
ginia Polytechnic Institute 
Extension Service are co- 
sponsoring a course in 
"Party AidM". In the se- 
ries of four classes, wo- 
men over 18 who are In- 
terested in training tor 
woric as hostess helpers 
will be taught table set- 
tings and servings for 
small dinners, large buf- 
fets and cocktail parties, 
attractive tray arrange- 
ments, use of kitchen ap- 
pliances and kitchen clean- 
up. 

The YWCA wUI assist 
those who satisfactorily 
complete the course in find- 
ing placement for party 
work. 

There is no charge for 
the course, but interested 

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persons are requested to 
register. Classes fill be 
at the YWCA headquarters, 
445 Virginia Brach Blvd. 
today, Monday. April 16 
and 21 from 10 a.m. until 
noon. 

OCEAXPABK 
WCMAH'S CLUB 

Reina Puckett, vice- 
presioent ot^ tne nwiont 
Ustrict of United Metho- 
dist Women wUl speak at 
the regular Bccttnc 9t the 
Ocean Park Woman's Clid> 
at II a.B. today in tbe 
club room. 

Members and gae^ of 
the club win ceiatoite 
"G«est NigM" Friday at 
the Cavalier Dianer Thea- 
tre. 

PraCIHG CLASS 



The Norfidk YMCA is 
qxmsoriBg fencing cesses 
for begimwrs nod advanced 
students at 6:4S and 7:45 
p.m. today at the YMCA, 
312 W. Bute St. The 10- 
lessoo series is open to 
men and women 16 years 
of age or older. Register 
liy calling the YMCA at 
622-6328. 



JAILW(»XSHOP 

Virginia Beach clergy- 
men will study jail mi- 
nistry at an all-day work- 
shop Thuraday la the Ad- 



inimstration Building 
of tbe Municipal Center. 
Registration begins at 9 
a.m. All clergy in the com - 
mimity are invited to at- 
tend. Cost is 12. 



REPUBUCAM DIMMES 



J parly of 
Virginia Beach will have 
a dinner party Thursday 
at the ^eraton-Beacb Inn. 
Cocktails begin at 7:M 
p.m. Dinner is at 8:30> 
Cost is $15 per person. 
PhMie Peggy Abel at 428- 
3236 or Mrs. Randolph 
Tate at 481-2636. 



CH(NIt AUIHTRMS 

AndiUons fbr a YMCA 
Boys Chorus will be at 
the Rorfolk YMCA,^ 312 
W. Bute St. Friday be- 
tweM 3 and 5 p.m. Any 
Imys in grades 4th to 6tb 
may audition. 

Director of the YMCA 
Boys Chorus is Robert 
Midder, a professor at 
Cbowan College with IS 
years eqtertesce as di- 
rector of music at Bap- 
tist churches. The chorus 
will sing at f^ctims in 
Tidewater and may travel 
to nearby areas. For ad- 
ditioial information, call 
the YMCA at 622-6328. 




raOTl WIVES 

The Nimiti (CVAN-6V 
Enlisted Wives' Club will 
have l^^aUatJoa id iM- 
c»rs FrMay ai 6:30 p.m. 
Id the aip Hi Shore WiT»' 
CIA on the Naval CH«era^ 
tions Base, Norfolk. A pot 
luck sscial will follow. 
Friends and visitors are 
welcome, ^bysttttag win 
^brifitlil^: 



OBOcmm. 

The Old Dominion Uni- 
versity (ODU) Concert 
Choir, under the direction 
of Jota J. Davye, asso- 
ciate pnrfessor of music 
at ODU, will present a 
program of choral music 
as part of its l^tring Con- 
cert Series at Baylake Uni- 
ted Mrthodist Church, 4300 
Shore Drive, Virginia 
Beach, Friday night at 
8:15. Ilie concert is o|ien 
to the public at no charge. 

(XWBALLET , 

Tbe Old Oomifioa Uni- 
versity (OW) C«nmunity 
Ballet and llieatre Ballet 
Company will prraaat its 
ainnal sfHring laxidaction, 
"Choreo-Drama and 
Dance ^yiqihony", Friday 
and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. 
and Sunday at 3 p.m. in 
the Uidversity Theatre, 
46th areet and Bamplon 
Boulevard. 

Tick^ are |2 to* a- 
(talts and |1 for cidMrea. 
To make reservations, call 
the ODU School of Coo- 
tinaii« Studies, 489-6291. 



«a ■«■*• as Mes ai the 
JtetioMl Socl^OMi^rs 
ot tte ABMi^i BCKilg- 
tton C o rt lBtBtal Congress 
MmOtg «iPH«h AfM 11 
in ViAiKtm. D.C. Thqr 
are Mn. fmr^ A. Mit- 
dMU Jr., Mrs. James Oak- 
ley, Mrs. Ninw and Mrs. 

BOd-A-IIIOII 



A Tidenter 
Chrlriiaa ll%h School wiU 
have a Mfce-a-thcm Satw- 
day to raise mimey for 
tteir trip to Six Flags 
Over GeMfia and a camp 
in MMlh CaroUna. 



cman AOCTKM 

The Norfolk chapter of 
the Women's American 
C«T will hold a Chinese 
aacttOB at Lake Taylor 
High Sehod at 8 p.m. Sa- 
twday. A charge of SO 
cents wiU be coUected at 
thedow. 



"Space AecompUsh- 
meats", the April pro- 
gram <rf the Virginia Beach 
PobUc Schools' PbaeU- 
rtum, wUI be isresented 
at 7 p.m. Sunday at the 
idanetarium in Ptasa Jan- 
ior High School, 3080 S. 
Lya^aven Road. Admis- 
sion is free. For reser- 
vatioas, phone 4S6-I87I. 

ntEATu Auomon 



Auditions ft>r "Kiss Me 
Kate," a LitUe Theatre 
of Virgiaia Beach masical 
prodacboa. will be • p.m. 
Saaday aad Tuesday in the 
Little Theatre at 24th St. 
aad BaitertoB Drive. The 
cfetf Cm* Tkt nasical, wUdi 
opens May M aad will rw 
tt^ngh Jae, iaelades Wa- 
fers aad 4iBBC««48 yean 
. or older. ladividnals 
shook) come prepared with 
a soeg number and wear 
comfvtable clothM tor 
»att^caU42»-l62i^ • |*?1?%1IH i € 



LITTLE THEATRE 

The Virginia Beach Ut- 
ile Theatre will present 
the comedy "Mary, Ma- 
ry" 8:30 p.m. Friday and 
Saturday and 3 p.m. Sm- 
dny te tbe Little Theatre 
at 24th Street and Bar- 
berton Drive. Tickets are 
)3.7S fbr adults and 92 
for students. For reser- 



UAxaccua 

Magiclaa Chuck Coaklin 
will cooduct a magic class 
at the Norfolk YMCA be- 
ginning Saturday at 10a.m. 
Y«nigsters 9 years aad 
(dder may register by cal- 
lii« the YMCA at ..622- 
6328. 

RIFLE CLim 

The Virginia Beach Ri- 
fle aad Pistol Ckrti will 
amdwA a sightiag-ia day 
for haaters aad shooters 
at its PaagoauotiBg Range 
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 
5 p.m. aad Suaday from 12 
noon to S p.m. Club mem- 
bers will he^ Beach bim- 
ters ^vperly sight-in 
their rifles. A donation 
of $1 will be reqanted. 



PRINCESS ANNE DAR 

Tbe Princess Anne 
County Chapter, Daugh- 
ters of the American Re- 
volution, will me^ at 2 
p.m. Saturday at the home 
of Mrs. WUliam P. Par- 
ramore, 1837 Windy Ridge 
Point, Virginia Beach. 

Hostesses for the meet- 
ing wiU be Mrs. Martin 
A. Princ^, Mrs. Charles 
D. Nixon and Mrs. WU- 
liam H. Colona Jr. A slide 
presentation on the Am- 
erican Indiaa will be pre- 
setted 1^ Mrs. ClareuM D. 
Mazey Jr., aad Dr. Helen 
Routfree <a (HdDoaihiiaa 
University irtU be laMt 
weaker. » 

Four Junior members of 
tlw club from the chapter 



SENKXB cmzENr 

CEITTER 

Virgiiiia Beach's sixth 
seirior dtisens' ctat» will 
opea at II a.m. Monday 
at the recrcatioB baildii« 
at Seatadc Elemeirtary 
S<«ool oa BirdBeck Rovl. 
The cc^r will be open 
Moaday tfcrongfa Friday, 
except WeAwadays, from 
10 a.m. wta 2 p.m. For 
iafwaiatloa or traaspor- 
tation, call 499-4773. 

.RnrERTOICyUtDEH 
CLUB 

New officers will be e- 
lected at the next meet- 
ing of the Riverton Gar- 
den CMh at 7:30p.m. Moa- 
day ^ the hooic of Nuey 
Rawto, 616 Chariecote I^. 

pBHcm Aim nmx 

TSAM PARENTS 

Qfltcers will be eiacted 
at the meetiv of the Pria- 
cess Amie Drill Team Pa- 
rents Meoday at 8 p.m. 
in the sduel dioras room. 
Plaas fM" tte team's trip 
to the A|i^ Blossuffi Fes- 
tival la Winchester and 
the qaing Dm market will 
bedlscBSsed. 



raSABLO) VETERANS 

Margaret Raster, |H-e- 
sident <a MoUUty on 
Wheds. will be gaert^ea- 
icer at Taaaday's ma^teg 
olthe MnMsd Awwlraa 
Vaterans at Virtlnia Fe- 
daral Savtafs aad Lou 
boildiag, Ar^onaShcqiiring 
Cater. 




FURNITURE 



18SI E. Little Creek Rd 
5325 Viifinia Beach Blvd 



»*••*•«««••••«•• 




TUewatcr's larger selection of fine fomi- 
tore, earp^, beddiag aad a«^««taa. fuk 

5Sv!g^ «w. ya. c^ A 



»UI0RK3TAL 

The Virgtnta Wesleyaa 
Cottage MW^rt Series 
wiU pres«M a recital bf 
^^st Pimvda fflm-rti at 
8 p.m. Tnes^y ia tte &A- 
lege's SeieMeAaiitortiBs 
Miss ISkM^ was tte drst 
trnt^at <d ttu Y^ Vir- 
ginia Artist atnrd in 1966 
and has performed 

adoM asi with the F^- 
man Quarts. 

The recital Is opu to 
the public at no ctarge. 



OKXESaOtH. 

The Virgiaia Air Pol- 
litf 00 Coirtnd Board wiU 
comtact a smoke school 
Tuesday, April 16 and 17 
at the Virgiaia Truck and 
Ornamental Research Sta- 
tion to qualify individuals 
In plume mding. Gra- 
daatM win be aide to de- 
tenalaa if a saxrinstack 
is viotatiag ptrilatioo sian- 
darte. Fee for the course 
is $10, and iirterested per- 
sons shodd register t^ 
Moaday at the State Air 
PoUnUoB Coatrol Board, 
aiite 610 Peml»t>kel, Vir- 
giaia Bea4^. 



FIRST AID CLASS 

The Tldei«ter Chipter, 
American Red Cross, has 
scheduled a steadard first 
aid multi-media coiffse for 
mid-April. The two ibur- 
honr classes will be Tues- 
day aad April 17 from 9 
a.ni. uatil I p.m. at the 
Plaxa Rescue Sqimd Buil- 
ding, Soidh Plaxa Trail 
aad Rosemont Road. Those 
registering mast cmniriete 
the entire eight-honr 
course to qaalify Im' cer- 
tificates. To register, or 
for fhrther infonmation, 
call62S-6791. 



SM IMaara Lne ia Ara- 
pM ViU^p. nerc WiU 
be BHie aad t«(r«ii- 
meats. Call 1l»-mt or 
490-1781 for tra^porta- 
tiott* 

NAVJU,AWAU» 

Rmt Adm. Richard £. 
RuaUe, jTMldeat of tte 



Bfa's cm*. Theday-loag 
BHMltagaad iBKAamiims 
at tte New CavaUo- Rotei 
with 468 WMMB la aMa- 
tenee. Mrs. J. Edward 
W^wn Jr., praldMt, 
jffMMed owr the aeetiag 
hi iriMi antatfioa tf tte 
fui year's a^vl^ ma 
ftami nd ^ala tor the 
omiflg year were pn- 



OrWKXKP WPOL^ 




Service Group TwoOffi- 
cers Wives Club wiU have 

HmrMk Nalal SUtton. E 
lection of officers and a 
silent auction are sche- 
duled. 

"GODSPELL" 



The Cox Hifh School 
Fine Arts Department will 
preset the musical "God- 
speU" iM>ril 16, 17. IS 
sad 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the 
school uditorium. Tickets 
are fl.SO in advance and 
S2 d the door. To p«r- 
<Aase tidwts, caU 481- 
007. 

HAT FARM 

CARDER CLUB 

I 
Mrs. M.H. Todd will 
present a propvm on 
"Oral Judging" at the 
meding of the May Farm 
Gardoi Clab A]nli 16 at 
8 p.m. at Kiajts' Grant 
Prertiyterian Chardi. 

OCEAN PARK 
WtMIAN'S CLUB 
Tim Ocean ^rfc Wo- 
m«'s Chib Red Cross vo- 
lunteers will have two 
WoodnMbiles in AprU. 
They are scheduled for 
Ainril 18 from 9 a.B. m- 
tU 2 p.B. at Tidewder 
Commuaity College aad 
ilpril 2S from 9 a.m. ua- 
til 2 p.m. at Virgiaia Wes-" 
leyan College. 

MCENTENmAL GALA 

The Bicenteudal Cmn- 
miaakm ^ Virgiaia Beadi 
wfllhdda receptfaa A|Hll 
19 from 6:30 to 9 p.B. 
at the Officers' Mess on 
Ft. Story. Tickets are 
available for a donation 
of $7.50 per person pay- 
able to Bicentemial Gala 
at tbe commission office, 
316 I9th St 



BSTORIC CARmN WEQC 

The Virginia Beach Gar- 
d«i> Club will sponsor a 
tour of six Bnch homes 
April 19 from 6:30 to 9, 

April 22 from 10 a.m. 
»til 5 p.m. Tickets are 
fi aad may be orittei 
tnm UdMVirgintaBank, 
Padfic AveBieat3«hS. 
Lunch wiQ he amlU4e. 



SEinc» cmzEK party 

The AragoiaC(»Bmtwty 
Recreatnn Cater invites 
Ara^Ntt-Penbr^ sotor 
aomm to a "G^ Ac- 
V^M " par^ A^ 27 
at 2 p.m. tf the 



WiU he g«^ vaaiwr at 
the Itaval IMut So^i^ 
awards loKtaaa i^H & 
^ U:30 a.B. d tte C«a- 
missloaed OOkers Haas, 
Naval Aapidbfoas Baae. 
RsMTt^iaas arw |3.S 
payride to C.O.M. aad 
sheaU be luUed to tin. 
C.A.L. StohMb. 414 Po- 
cohortas, Nanl Statioa, 
Norfolk, Va. OSll. 



FOR THERECOWa 
KmcspqusT 

GARDEN CLUB 

In connection witt Cleu 
Sweep We^, King's Fo- 
rest (kirda CMt qwa- 
sored an aati-litter pos- 
ter eortest at Maliba Ele- 
Bentery School fn* grades 
4tt throi«h7tt. Fireplace 
awards wot to Ciady Mal- 
ley and Meg Laberty<(rftte 
4tfc grade aad GahrteUe 
Gerard aad JiBBy Harper 
of the Stt grade. Honor- 
able meation was giva 
to Andrea Don, Vickie 
^xxa and Kim WUson 
(rf the Stt grade. Post«Y 
are on dis^y ttrom^wat 
the school. 

PACK4ff 



Qd> Scout Padc 447pre- 
seirted drcns sUta at the 
pack mectlag MMxtk 21 
ai Kiag'a GnatHQeBM* 
tary Sdnol. The opa^ag 

ducted by Vabdae On 1. 
Tie drdu a»w wm 
BB S Md by Daa 1. praaaa- 
ttf a sUt ealitled "Lia 
Ttaer". Da 4 eater- 



Awai^w "tt aH#y •^wfBM 

m$mawf wt^Balao 
ware pwiaatad. WUatat 
to Prta^K Anne Wo- 
■ma's ChAa m^t Mar- 
jMie Diltaa. ttat rtthaa 
for a I^Udcwi^ swea- 
ter, Irns 1^, Uw ta 
a decMp^Bi^: Marian 



l» a kalBadav^ttgswa- 
tar; Inae Little, Uae for 
a d eeo^pa g apw^Mariga 
a red ribhoa ta tte cMb 
tortta Pros Book. 

AhBBlawi for recyeliag 
was ofllected by Reynolds 
Aluninm Co. under the 
direction ^ Leretta Ster- 
aer, district eaowvatiOD 
^airman. Preneds will 
be used for an aviron- 
BBrtal education schdar- 
diip. 

OOAMPARK 

WOMATSCLUB 

Tbe Ocean Park Wo- 
man's Cld> woo five bine 
rifctwas tf theapriagmeet- 
li« of woMB'setate. Mrs. 
DeForreit Lilly received 
a blue ribbon for her 
ChrtslBU table de<»ra- 
tioa (ttree wise ma); 
Mrs. H.W. MriBB for her 
crewd bed ap cea d ; ifrs. D. 
M. Whttaiwr fn- her de- 
co«|i^d ^aqne; and 
Mrs. LoBis E. Qoacka- 
baah for her painting. The 
pms book was a blue 
ribbon winner ^ata for 
the tidrd yar, ttaafcs to 
Mrs. J. S. Emeraoa aad 
bar c«Miii4ttee. 

llfa.liwUiv,chBir- 
BM d vMeraaa* afidrs 
for tte OeeoidMrfc Wo- 

MMit lor a haga aa^ss 

tf tte neeat cwd party 
aad hB^soa. TUa event 
ma for thebwaflliatte 



aadDa S( 
tadtheMdiaBeewtttI 
versioa of a 

Fciiemti^ the Ug-top 
ahow, awards wnwpman- 
tod: 

Da I - Matt Ve^er, 
deaaer, EricBdttv.aaat. 
deaaer; Pari Nairtaad, oae 
gidd MKl oae sUver arrow. 




asst. 

Da 3 - Ttauiiy Gal- 
way, deener, Arn^r Gesp, 
asst. desMr; Patridc Fis- 
her, oae fidd arrow. 

Da 4 - Mtta McCall, 
teumr; (^et Haase, bear, 
oae gold aad two silver 
arrows, as^ deaaer; BiUy 
Abete, oae gidii and two 
diver arrows. 

Webda Da 1 - Tommy 
Rless, eagtear, forester, 
dBWBM, adsatist; Ste- 
pha Bouar, attlete, od- 
docMBsa. 

AeaaMUgMBobcdee- 
reaeqt wac coadacted fn- 
MiteheD Ferebee, Johaa 
Malm aad Keitt Letfler. 
Wei>elos colors were |»^ 
seded to WeadeU FtfleU 
aad Earl SawmaB. A spe- 
cial Arrow of Light and 
^tiaaover sai' vice honored 
Han? Murphy and John 
WUdBO. 



PACK4SS 

Cub S<»d Pack 425 had 
their March meeting d 
Plaia Elementary Schod. 
The tteme was Cardvd 
Time. The Boetiag was 
opeaed witt a graad pa- 
rade m by rttgaa^r 
iraUe Cnaalaw. Thoe 
ms a clowB b^abaUpae 
pMamkmi by Da 1, a 
fr^k show by Da 9, and 
a pnppti show by tbe We- 
betos. Side show fedures 
were a peep show, alata- 
ture hockey and a sllwt 
auction. 

la tte awards eeremoay, 
Steve R^iqr raedMd a 
wdf badge aad pBTflset iT- 
toteBM avnrd. Aadrew 
Crenshaw recdved a per- 
fect . attewtance award. 
Jimmy VfateU advanced to 
Webelos aad recdved a 
two-yar pin. 

AtetostagtteCabSMWU 
aad tteir pareds Joined is 
a Uring ctrcte. 



KDKiVPOSBtT 
GAraOICLOB 

RdmtO. Ifetttews,su- 
pntateatad of theHoridk 
Bonded GardsM, pre- 
slida ud tfs- 
pndag tadidqae 

UwreeatUf'aFwed 
Garda Clab Bedfaf. 

ta caMraitai of Art»r 
Day, Bcadmrs «t tte 
KteK's Farad GwdaC^ 
nvw tMrd pada Mdlbo 
BeBSatary School ddld- 
r« 100 jtao srwmagi to 
piaat. Each tadltag h^ 
attachad tastzwettoBS for 
tte jdaatiag aad care. 

Mrs. JaoMS Vagner, 
Mrs. George P. Wagner 
and Mrs. Wallaca R. Wat- 
son taa^ "GanMatag in 
Eg{ CartOM" to three 
ctessw d dd^tava d the 
Canttt- For i^eeUve 
Learaiag. ytaatatwwed- 
so plated ia danaatad egg 
shells' TUx to ta ooaaec- 
tioB Witt tt e tarda the- 
rapy intigrsB. 

The hostess for the 
Boatiag held d the Tba- 
Ua maity Prediyterian 
Ctardi were Mrs. W.D. 
eaUott, Mrs. C. Voorbes 
aad Urs. O.A, Dodson. 

The eddidta fiUed 
"telling on the Sa", "In 
The Jqianaellauwr" and 
"S^rttg Ktt^a" were 
ind^ by thalta (^ntan 
Cld>. 



mugpim 

Richard La MMitarino 
d Virgida Weak, a so- 
phOBore in pre-vmrh^ 
medicine, hasb^nanod 
to the dnn's Ud for the 
1975 winter quarter at the 
University of GetMfta Cd- 
lege of Agrieifltaa«. 

&ndra Marte Brown aad 
Deborah La* Kdder of 
Vlr^da Be^ mre 
auMd to tte wider quar- 
ter dau's Ud at the Ud- 
veralty of JaMBm Mis- 



SPEMERf BUREAU 



Ite Viq^te^Soddy for 
Rnaan LUe tea a 



WnUX'SCLUB 

PriKess Aoe Wiman's 
Qub aad V^ttla Beub 
Jwier Wolf's CUb re- 
cite hMted tta mm 
«Ad MaMr«*nte' 
rfWo- 



tm't tnoB to pnnMe 
TOhcra i»(Me, disrdi. 
fratend, service, mili- 
tary wl»«, paWic and pri- 
vate grraps. To|*a «>- 
vend are aborttoB anda- 
thanda. Cc^ad the so- 
cidy d P.O. M 8213, 

Fran I^rt d S«-W«. 



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The S n. Aprir9 I!)'... - B-; 




iwto bjr UnvU Jones 



In time with spring 



Rehearsing for the Dance Guild of Vir- 
ginia's spring performance are (left 
to right) Ann Watklns, Ann John and 
Chuck Foster. "Afternoon Dance", a 
combined effort of the Dance Guild and 



the Virginia Beach Civic Ballet, will 
be presented Saturday and Sunday at 
3:30 p.m. in the Chrysler Museum Thea- 
tre, Norfolk. 



Whistles alert police 



The blast ol a whisth' 
will brliift Vireiiiij Bi'atii 
policemen runniim it tlicv 
arP within fjishiii. j(- 
cording to l.l Milton Bea- 
w 

Beane saiil thf Policf 
Division has emloiSMl tlit> 
Virginia Beach Junior Wu- 
mans Clubs "Bluvi the 
Whistle on Crime" cam- 
paign, and police arc urg- 
ing both men ami women 
to carry the key rings 
with attached whistles. 

The whistles are avail- 
able in stores throughout 
the city for SI 

AcrairdlngrW^I 
whistle wodd come in ban- 
day for an individual who 
might be accosted on the 
way to a car at night, 
and he recommended its 
use for discouraging ob- 
scene or nuisance phone 



calls, mentor citizens have 
also been encouraged lo 
cany the »histlt>, 

Beane reptntfd that llic 
whistlf is out' indicitioii 
of improved foniiiuinity 
resptinse to crime pitnt-n- 
ti«)n throughout tln' Vir- 
ginia Beach 

Police are siipjKJrtiiis a 
neighborhood watch pro- 
gram, he explained ami 
observant neighbors help- 
ed p<jlice apprehend sus- 
pects in two recent house 
burglaries. 

He stressed the impor- 
tance of involvement "and 

with voin"~ 
neighbors, espbcially it 
you 'plan to be away on 
vacation. That way the nei- 
ghborhood works together 
to protect property of their 
neighbors." 

In an effort to foster 



neigflborhond involvement. 
Heane Said the Police Di- 
vision has encouraged lU'i- 
ghlwrs to "get together in 
picnics and socialize to gel 
to know one another " 

Burglary proWenis are 
especially critical in ap- 
artment complexes where 
neigblwrs are strangers. 

"We've had burglaries in 
complexes." Beane obser- 
ved, "and we ask people, 
who is your neighlwr. and 
they don't know even if 
they've been living there 
two and three years." 
' Beane .said the Police 
DtYlslwr Tflir pfovluo' 
groups of 10 or more with 
a lecture on the neigh 
borhood watch program 



ont' of Ilk' hctiiii's p.itr(il 
man ofk'i regularly. In- 
terested groups can sehv- 
dule a lertuiv bv calling 
Beane at 427-4-195. 



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your 

business 
taxes? 

It happens often to 
small businesses. Let 
Uncle Sam get his 
fair share... but to 
make sure your 
business gets all 
the breaks allowed, 
call me. 

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C^NERAL BUSINESS 
SERVICES 855-45F; 

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Instruction by a meml>er 

of the Music Teacher's 

National Association 

sod the National Guild 

of Piano Teachers. 



For Information and 
Registration WRITE: 



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OF MUSIC 

1205 Riviera Drive 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23462 




Party 





ckuRcllES 



Richard D. Obenshain, 
co-chairman of the Na- 
tional Republican Party, 
will be among the guests 
ot honor at a dinner party 
sponsored by the Rqwibli- 
can party (rf Virginia Beach 
Thursday night at the Slie- 
ratoo-Beacli Im. 

Lt. Gov. John Dalton, 
Sen. A. Josepk Canada of 
Virginia Beach abl George 
N. McMath, chairman of 
the Repirt>li(an Party of 
Virginia, are expected to 
attend. 

A program of patriotic 
songs will be presented 
by the Scott Memorial Me- 
thodist Church choir un- 
der the direction of Mrs. 
Charles Hitcbings. 

Cocktails will be served 
at 7.30 p.m. followed by 
dinner at 1:30 p.m. Cost 
is $15 per person, and 
there will be a cash bar. 

For information, call 
Mrs. Randolph Tateat 481- 
K36 or Peggy Abel at 
428-32M. 




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pFri. Mar 28 - 8:00 P.M. 
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FOir 

THE WEEK 

April 0, 1975 




I TIDEWATER CENTRAL 
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all in the name."f ROCKchuikii 
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our sermons defy? 
devils, heal the dis-^ 
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The name is our au-ji 
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Great Bridge Shopping Center 

APRIL B-IZ 

Tues. -Wed- Thur. -Fri. 7 P.M.-' 10 P.M. 
Saturday 12 Noon - 1 1 P.M. 

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#3S tASKM BdAO AND ^ACmC AVQIUf 
TO NASMOB-WraCDAYS ONLY 
(NO SATURDAY OR SUNDAY SOVICi) 



Hdtwator Metro Transit has iviilaMa 
ticktts far Yirginia Baach trips. Thqr 
are mM in convanianca twoks of tan far 
$3.90 and 16.50. Tha tidcats aliminate 
tha naad far having tfw exact tera in 
chani^ wfeich is an advanti^ia lor raf- 
oiar as wall as iiiNqiiant transtt users. 
Tickets may aisa be used ariOi caim far 
fares, tea. These toeks mqr be pu^ 
chased at the toortions Kstad. 

• Bank of Virginia 

^X) Plume Street, Norfolk 
Military Circle Office, Norfolk 
MalitM Towers Office (near Millers), 

Virginia Beach 
19tti& Baltic, Virginia Beach 

• Public Ubrarias, City of Viifinia Btach 

Bayside 
Kempsvllle 
Oceanfront 
Windsa- Woods 

• BiQfside Pharmacy, 

S/Jore Drive & Pleasure House Road 

• Naval Base 
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4:15 P.M., 

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arriving or leaving Pier 3 at 7:50 A.M., 4:40 P.M. 



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All btDIMANCE TO AM- 
END AND RE(mDAIN 
SECTION 38-2 OF THE 
CODE OF THE CITY OF 
VIFGIKIA BEACH RE- 
LATQIG TO THE DIS- 
CHARGE OF FIREARMS 
BE IT (Na}AINED BY 
THE COUNCIL OF THE 
JCITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, VIRGINIA. 

That Sectkn 3«-2 of tbe 
Code irf Ow City of Vlr- 
fiaia Beach is berelqr 
aoMaded and reordained as 
follows: 

Section 3S-2. Dischaife of 
fireanns, etc., in certain 
areas of the city. 

(a) It Oaa be mlaw- 
M to discharge any fire- 
rtag^ pitjpelled rt- 
fie or pistol, air prop- 
elled rifle or pistol, from 
or across any land or wa- 
ter Dortti of the trace of 
the line befinntng at tbe 
Intersection of Interstate 
64 and Providence Road 
at tbe Chesapeake Virgin- 
ia Beach City Boundary 
Line and thence eastwar- 
dly along Provideace Road 
to Princess Anne Road; 
thence sMtEiidtwardly al- 
ong Princess Anne Road 
to LynnhaTen Parkway; 
thence norOeasterly along 
LyniiaTen Parkwy to Ho- 
lland Road; Uience sonth- 
erly along Holland Road 
to Shlpps Comer Road; 
ttence eastwardly along 
SUpps Comer Road to Lo- 
ndm Bridge -Road; thence 
sooOieastwardly along Lo- 
ndon Bridge Road to Gen- 
eiil BooOi Bonlevard; 
Uience norttieasterly along 
General Booth Boolerard 
to Dam Neck Road; thence 
easterly along Dam Neck 
Road to its intersection 
with tbe Atlantic Ocean, 
except this prohibition 
shall not apply to shot- 
discbargbig pellets 



The Son, Aprtl 9, lff*l B-9 

trace envmerated in sob- 
section (a) above. 

(c) Any disctarge of 
flreams on any land m- 
omerated in sri>secti(» (a) 
or in snbsectioo (b) shall 
be Iterther subject to the 
provision that it Is onlaw- 
lol to discharge any fire- 
arm, spring propelled ri- 
fle or pistol, air prope- 
Ued rifle or pistol, from, 
on, across or witUn 150 
yanU of any building, dwe- 
111^, street, sidewalk, 
alley, roadway, or public 
land or public place with- 
in the dty limits. 

(d) Nothing in this sec- 
tion shall be construed to 
prohilM the flring of fire- 
arms, rifles and sub-ma- 
chine guns and like wea- 
pons by law enforcement 
agencies and military fo- 
rces in tbe city as part 

of authorized training or in 
the performance of their 
duties. 

An emergency exists and 
this ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from 
date ai adoption. 

AdoiAed by the Council 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 7tb day of 
April, 1975. 

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Make It A Brighter Happier Season 

Witli Ciassified Ads 

It's the season to go places and do things the whole family enjoys... if 
you can afford it! There are plenty of $10 and $20 bills just waiting for 
you to reach oat and collect them. It's easy with Classified Ads. 

Classified Ads bring you extra cash by finding buyers for good things 
you no longer enjoy. Try it I Go through your home and make a list of 
all the things that would be of value to someone else, but that you no 
longer use. People are looking for furniture, appliances, bicycles, musical 
instruments, camping equipment, boats, sporting equipment and much 
more. When you finish your list, dial the phone number below for a help- 
ful Ad Writer. That's all there Is to it I 

Decide today to go after the "extras", that mean a brighter, happier 
spring for your family, with fast-action Classified Ads ! 



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on land that is fifty 
acres or more erf 
contiguous area, 
and 

under one owner- 
ship, and 

nseid primarily for 
agricultonl purp- 
oses, and 

the landowner has 
appUedfbr a permit 
ftt>m the ddef of 
police to use his 
pr np e rty for this 
purpose. The per- 
mit shall be grant- 
ed by the chief of 
police if tbe appli- 
cation meets the re- 
quiremMto - of- thia-^ 
section, and ^ 

any person disdttr°' 
giv a shotgun set 
foru above, shall 
at all times, while 
engaged in such ac- 
Uvity have In his 
possession written 
permission from 
tbe landowner to 
discharge said wea- 
pon on the premi- 
ses. 

R shall be permis- 
to discharge fire- 
etc, sooth of tbe 



NOTCIE OF HEARING 
GRANT PRIORITY LIST 
The Environmental Pro- 
tection Agency recently 
announced that Virginia 
has been allotted 251.8 
million dollars in Federal 
grant funds for financial 
assistance intteccmstruc- 
tion of municipal waste- 
water treatmoit works. 
These funds are available 
for oUigation immediately 
and will remain available 
through September 30, 
19T7. 

The State Water Ccmtrol 
Board, which administers 
these grant funds for Vir- 
ginia, has devekHWd a pro- 
ject priority list of pro- 
posed wastewater treat- 
ment project to receive 
tiiese funds in Fiscal Year 
1976. 

The Board will conv«e a 
bearing on May 9, 1975, 
at 10:00 a.m. in the Nor- 
folk City Council Cham- 
bers. Norfolk City Qall, 
Norfolk, Virginia , for tt e 
purpose of giving interest"" 
ed person* an opportmity 
to express their views con- 
cerning the proposed list. 
(Thisb in addition to ttie 
previously annonnced May 
6 bearing in Richmond.) 
Co^es of ihe list are av- 
ailable, iDonre<|iiesttr(» 
^ ^-the'Boam'sCentralOffice. 
Reqne:^ may be address- 
ed to Miss Anne Field, 
P. O. Box 11143, Rich- 
mond, VirglnU 23210. 
Anyme wishing to com- 
ment is requested to make 
his presentation and die 
originals of any ediibits 
avallaUe for enterii« into 
the hearing record. Please 
address any eorreqnn- 
dence to Miss Amie Field, 
P.O. Box 11143, Richmond, 
VlrgWa 23230. 

April 9, It 



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of die breast, 

David Sawyer 

feilinlo¥e 

witiime." 

Pat Sawyer 
"When I was told I had 
cancer of the breast, 
I thought my life as a 
woman was over. A year 
later, David and I were 
manied. And ten years 
later, I'm living proof 
cancer can be cured. 
Learn breast self- 
examination. And give 
to the American Cancer 
Society. 



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ORDER OF TOBUCATTON 

In the Clerk's O^ice of the 

Circuit Court of ttie City of 

Virginia Beach, oo UielStb 

day of March, 1975. 

Jean Renfrow liatney, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William J. Mataey, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be merged on 
proper application to a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrirocmU 
from the said defendent, 
upon the grounds of de- 
sertim. 

And an affidavit ha vii^ been 
made and filed that the de- 
"traaanns aBoh-fesidentor" 
the State at Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 1460 N. Mac- 
Arthur, CHilahoma City, 
Oklahoma 73IZ7 ft is or- 
dered that he do appear , 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may i>e ne- 
cessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Broyles, McKenry liGorry 
35th St. t Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

Mar. 19, 26, A^iril 2, 9 4t 



is available in tte Depart- 
ment of Planniq;. 
Richard J. W^tbon 
City Clerk 

April 2, 9, a 



NOTICE 
Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach will l>e held 
in the Council Chambers 
of the Administration Buil- 
ding, CityHall, Princess 
Anne Station, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, on Mon- 
day, April 21, 1975, at 
2:00 P.M. at which time the 
following applications will 
be heard: 
AMENDMENTS 

1. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 1, 
Section HI of the Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordi- 
nance pertaining to Day 
Care Center Definitions. 
More dialled informatioo 
is available in the De- 

__partment of Planning. 

2. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 5 of 
the Comprehensive Zoning 
Onlinaoce pertaining to 
Day Care Ceitfers in the 
R-1 Residential District, 
R-4 ResideiAial J^triet 
and the R-9 Residential 
Townhouse District. More 
detailed information is a- 
vailable in the Dqiartment 
of Planning. 

3. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Bach to amend 
and reordain Article 6 of 
the Comprehensive Ztniag 
Ordinance pertaining to 
Day Care Centers in tJie 
A-1 Apartment Di^ct. 
More detailed information 
is available in ibe Depart- 
ment of Plannii^. 

4. Moti(»i of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 8 of 
the Comprehensive Zonii« 
Ordinance pertaining to 
Day Care Centers in the 
0-1 Office District. More 
detailed information is a- 
vailable in tbeJ)epartment 
of Plannii^. 

5. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 9 of 
the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to 
Day Care Centers in the 
B-1 Business -Residential 
District and the B-2 Com- 
munity Business District. 
More detailed information 
is available in the Depart- 
ment of Planning. 

6. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City (rf 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 1, 
Section 111 of the Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordi- 
nance pertaining to Yard 
Definition. More detailed 
information is available in 
the Department of Plan- 
ning. 

7. Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 2 of 
the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to 
S^ns. More detailed in- 
formation is available in 
tte De|»rtment of Plan- 
ning. 

8. Motion of tte Planning 
Commission of tte City of 
Virginia Beach to amend 
and reordain Article 9 of 
tte Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertainii^ to 
S^n Regulations in the B-2 
Community Business Dis- 
trict and the B-3 Central 
Business District. More 
detailed information is a- 
vailabie in the Department 
of Planning, 

9. Uotim of tte Planiaf 
Commissim of the Ctty of 

' Virginia %^ch to araod 
and reordain Article 5, 
Part 1, Section 582 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Or- 
dinance pertaining to lot 
area, lot width, yard spa- 
ring, and maxima M co- 
verage aad b^cM Mg«la- 
tkns in tte R-9 Mskta- 
tial ToviAorae INirtrM. 
More detailed information 



PUBUC NOTICE 

A piMic tetfinc will te 
teld to solicit comments 
regarding proposed con- 
struction of 600 Navy 
family housii^ tmtts at Fort 
Sfory, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. The tearing will in- 
clude a presentation of 
the Navy's plan for such 
construction. Date: Wed- 
nesday, 23 April, and if 
necessary, Thursday, 24 
April 1975; Time: 7:00 P. 
M. to 11.00 P.M.; Place: 
' Princess Anne High Scteot 
Auditorium, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. Copies of 
the Draft Environmental 
Impact Statement are lo- 
cated at all public librar- 
ies in the cities of 
Va. Beach, Norfolk, Chesa- 
peake and Portsmouth and 
at the Va. Beach City Ad- 
ministration Building. For 
informaticH) regarding or- 
al or written presentations 
or tew o^ies of the im- 
pact statement may te ob- 
tained, contact Mr. R.L. 
Warren, Atlantic Division, 
Naval Facilities Engineer- 
ing Command, 444-7131, 
Buildii^ N-23, Naval Ste- 
tion, Nori<dk, Virginia 
23511. Indlvidiial speakers 
will te limited to 5 min- 
utes for presentations. 
Group spokesmen will be 
allowed 10 minotes. 

April 2, 9, 2t 



Harks, Doctor S.Z. B«U. 
Fleete B«, Rtriwrt G. U- 
venMB, ttarceOa Uv«r- 
man, Betty Morits, Nauy 
L. Millstein, Bertha Hal- 
pam. Fred Pieck, GikU 
Pieck, Bwjlfflln A. Harks, 
^dnev Harris, Bemice Ln- 
Un, keva Glbbs, are not 
residents of tte State of 
VirginU. 

It U therefore ORDERED 
that tte add Fanqr Harks, 
Doctor S.Z. Bell, Fleets 
Bell, Rotert G. Liverman, 
Marcella Liverman, Betty 
Moritz, Nancy L. Millstein, 
Bertha Halpem, Fred 
Pieck, Gilda Pieck, Ben- 
Japin A. Marks, SlAei 
Harris, Bemice LMa and 
Reva Git^ to ai^t^U' vit^ 
tea (10) days after «^w pa- 
blication of this Order, in 
tte^ Cleif 5 ufflci! (if out 
said Court, and do what is 
necessary to pnrtect tteir 
interest. 

It Is tartter ORDERED 
that ttls Order tepoMisted 
ODCe a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in tte 
Virginia Beach Sun a news- 
paper circulated in the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
VirginU. 

ENTERED THIS DAY OF 
MARCH, 1975. 
A Copy Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, derk 

March ZS. April 2, 9, 16 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ROBERT LIVERMAN and 
ANDREW S. FINE, Co-Ei- 
ecutors of the Estate of 
FANNY GREENBERG, de- 
ceased. 
Complainants, 
vs. 

FANNIE HARKS 
209 Roanoke Avenue 
RoamAe Rapids, North Ca- 
rolina 27870 

DOCTOR S.Z. BELL 
60 Longwood Avenue 
Brookline, Massachusetts 
02146 

FLEETA BELL 
60 Ixngwood Avenue 
Brookline, Massachusetts 
02146 

BENJAMIN LEVY. 
2908 Rqdlca Lane 
Portsmontt, Virginia 
23703 

MARILYN LEVY 
2908 Rqdica Lane 
Portsmouth. Virginia 
23703 

KIRT B. LEVY 
2908 R^ldica Lane 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
23703 

UHBERLY S. LEVY 
2908 Replica Lane 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
23703 

PAIGE A. LEVY 
2908 Replica Lane 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
23703 

ROBERT G. LIVERUAN 
435 Roencrice Avenue 
Roantrice Rapids, North Ca- 
roUna 27870 

MARCELLA LIVERMAN 
435 Roanoke Avenue 
Itoanoke Rapids, North Ca- 
rolina 278"^ 

BETTY MCHUTZ 
201 W. Pine Street 
Rome, New York 13440 

NANCY L. MILl^EIN 
211 Blackridge Drive 
Greensburg, Pennsylvania 
15601 

BERTHA HALPERN 
4 Bajrterry Drive 
aaron, Massachusetts 
0^7 

FRED PIECK 

7738 Hamilton Street 

Omaha, Nebraska 68114 

GILDA PIECK 
7738 HamUtcm Street 
Omaha, Nebraska 68114 

BENJAHIN A. HARKS 
101 Quail Court 
Rmadce Rapids, North Ca- 
roUna 27870 

SIDNEY HARRIS 
6647-1/2 N. Greenriew 
Chicago, Illioois 

BERNICE LUBW 

4901 M. Sjpringfield Avenue 

Chicago, nUnois 

REVA omm 

c/o Draiel Home, Inc. 
6140 S. Draxel Avenue 
Chicago, lUinoi^ 60637 
DefeMurts. 

Tte (*jed of the above- 
styled suit is to seek the 
guidance of tte Coart in 
coB^rui^ Paragraphs SE- 
VENTH and EKHTH of the 
Last Will and Testament 
of Fanny Greenterg, de- 
ceased, probated in the 
Clerk's office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of Virginia 
Bach, Virginia . Jto d, it 
^pMrtag i^f aflUlfs U^ 
aceonUag to law Vtat Fanny 



ORDER OF PUBLIC A-nON 

In tte Clerk's Office of 

tte Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virginia Beach. 

on tte 19tt day of March, 

1975. 

BemacMne Harie Deets, 

PlaintUt, 

against 

Fredei^k PUIip Deets, 

Defendant. 

This object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et ttoro to te later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii. 

And an affidavit haviBK 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
residot of tte State of 
Virginia, tte last known 
post (rffice address teing: 
Headtpiarters, 5tt Signal 
Command, U.S. Army, A. 
P.O., New York 09056 it 
is ordered that te do ap- 
pear here within ten (IP) 
days after doe {wblication 
hereof, and do what may 
te necessary to protect 
^s interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Boysce and ^tanoulis 
105 N. PUza Trail 
Virginia Beach, V*. *• • ■ 

Har U, Apr., 2, 9. 16 4t 



bUoMoB torttf, and do 
wM aMLjr te meMsarir to 
pNtaet iMf iflteretf to tkts 
salt. 

A ogn-Tetfe: »BN V^ 
FENTftESS. CtERK ^ 
C)arie. Steinflbor, M alt. 
Suite 311 PftBbnrtwSBklt. 
Va. Beach. Va. 23461 

Har. 86. AjarU 2, 9, 1 6 4t 

aXDER 
VQKHMIA: Of THE 
CLOat'SOFFrcEOFTHE 
CnreWT CtWRT W THE 
CITY OF VWagU BEACH 
ON THE lOtt DAY OF 
MARCH 1995. 
ta m AdofUoB of Kin 
EvattaftiflMi 
Bf: his IffN JiriosoB. 
PetitioHW- *' 

TvlttlMili^ 

NatallPattM- 
AddrMSUiMowa 
fnt^ttcery 
iC-M-1285 
tUs day caiae Iris Ives 
ArfBSOB, Petlttoaer, and 
rqiresccled that Om oidect 
(rf this proeecdiai Is to ef - 
iBetiteadoiiUOBOfttea- 
bovt named iofatt, Kim 
EvetU Raffia, ^ Iris Ives 
Johnson, and affldaTtt lav- 
ing bew made nd filed 
that Ulltta Raffio, a na- 
tural ptrort of said tMU 
and that his la^ kaowB 
poet ofltet addreu m- 
bowfl; tad ttrt dne dili- 
■•Bce tas IweiBMdby or 
in bdttU o( tte petltiaiier 
to ascertata tt what cotnty 
or rorporiatlOB tte said 
HUtm Raffia is, withoet 
effect. 

R is tterefbre Ohlered 
that tte said Hlltea SiafliB 
appear tefore this Court 
within tea (10) days alter 
publication of this Order 
and Indicate his attitwte 
toward tte fxapbsti adop- 
tloB, or (Mierwlse do what 
is necessary to priotect his 
interest in this matter, 
teste: 

V. Fentress, Clert 
tter Legal AM So- 

p.q. 

Jce Sreet 

)tt,Viiittla 

26, April 2, 9, 18 4t 




ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFnCE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 

Cmr OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF 
HARCH 1975. 
In re: Magiaaa of Cam 
Christine Sielley an infant, 

by 

Donald Ray MitcteU 

By: GUrley Harie Hiti^U 

PeUtioaers 

To: Walter Head Adley 

20324 Wisteria Street 

Gastro VaUey, Califonda 

In Chancery 

#C-74-l011 
TUs day came Donald 
.Ray HitcteU and Shirley 
Hiite MitcteU, PeUUoo- 
ers, and rq»resented that 
tte object of this proceed- 
ing is to effect tte adop- 
tion of tte above named 
infant (s), Caren Chris- 
tine aieUey, by Donald Ray 
MitcteU and Shirley Harie 
HitcheU, husband and wife, 
and af&lavtt baring been 
made and filed that Walter 
Mead aieUey, a natural 
parent of said child (ren), 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
tei«: 20234 Wisteria 
Street, Castro VaUey. Ca- 
lifoniia. 

ft is tterefore Ordered 
ttet tte said Walter Head 
$i^ey aM>ear before this 
Comi within ten (10) days 
afta- pobUcatioe (A this 
Order and indicate his/ter 
attitude toward tte pro- 
posed ad(qitlon, or otter- 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest hi 
this matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Moss 4 Moss p.q. 
830 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Va. 

MarchK. April 2,9,16,41 



ORD^ OF PUBLTCATION 
In tte Clei^'s Office of tte 
Circuit Court of tte Cl^ of 
Viifiida Beach, on tte 21st 
day of March, 1975. 
I G. Jacobt ts, 



Joyce'j. JacoUtz, 
Defendant. 
Tte (rt^ect of tUs mit 

tii 'fo makk fe'Aa««tM'-A 

Heasa ^ TUso Ina tte 
said deiendaitf, qxn tte 
gnonds of desertion. 
And an affidavit teviag been 
made and filed ttet tte de- 
fendant Is a non-resident of 
tte State of Virginia, tte 
last known post office ad- 
drui faeta«: 3675 S. Ste- 
nttOB Road, Hoskegtn, 
Hichlcan it is wdend ttet 
a» do vpear here wttUn 
tea (10) days after due 
fnUiaam tereof . and do 
what may te neeessarit to 
isotoct here iirterMt in this 
snit. 

A eopy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FfmiESS: CLERK 
PhU4) H. Heyers, p.q. 
Saite 200 Bel-Aire Bldg. 
1600 E. UtUe Cmk Rd. 
Noriblk, Va. 23518 

Uardi 26, Aprti t, 9, 16 4t 



C«DER OF PUBLICATTON 
In tte Cleric's Office <A tte 
Circuit Court of tte City of 
Virginia Beacb, on the ZOtta 
day of Uarch. 1975. 
B»iUm Samuel Bartlett, 

mintm, 

oainst 

QIa Frances Bartlett, 

Defendant. 

The object of this salt 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Itensa Et Ttero from tte 
Hid defendant qx» tte 
grouds of desertion. 
And an affidavit taring been 
imle and filed ttet tte de- 
ISM^t is anon-resM«rtof 
tte State of Virginia, tte 
last known post office ad- 
dress teiag; RcMite 3-Boi 
m, Hathews, North Ca- 
rolina it is ordered ttet 
*e do ai i paar terewttWa 
ten (10) days alter due pa- 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

la tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circait Court of tte city of 

ViiviBia Beach, w tte 20tt 

day of Harch, 1975. 

Karen Novella Gray, 

nalaUff, 

against 

Jim Edward Gny, 

Defendant. 

Tte oi^ect (tf tUs salt 
is to obtain a divorce A 
mama Et Ttoro from tte 
said defendairt, gpon tte 
grouds of tesertioa. 
JLnd aaaBHarilteTingb^en 
maite and filed ttat tte de- 
fendant Is a mn- resident of 
tte State of Virginia, tte 
last known post trffice ad- 
dress being: 210 Lakeriew 
Avome, &i^rd, Florida 
32771 it is ordered ttat te 
do appear tere within ten 
(10) dan alter due pafaU- 
eatuM mmol, and do wtet 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
miit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEMTRES: CLERK 
Brydgu A Hudglns, Atty. 
1369 LaAin Rd. 
ViTKttia Beach, Va. 

Har. U, April 2, 9, 16 « 



FtoriAitt U<»tler«ltet 
te do appear here within 
tm (10) da^ after *e 
piMlaitieB hereof, umI do 
what may te necesnry to 
protect his irterest in tUs 
nit. 

A copy-T^e: ^HN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Parker A Rrt«wer. Atty. 
U9? Laatti U. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

AprU 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



ADVEftTiaEHENT FOR 

UDS 

Tte Scboid Board of tte 

City of Vir^nia Beadk will 

roedve hUto iH". 

nmnn/Om ud bsttllattoD 

Id 

Hew He rttog Md Air Ow- 

mtlQiuB^ Systems 

for 

(^ater of EffecUve Leam- 

t« 

Viiiiite Beach, Vin^ 
Sate Proiect No. 12i-?%. 
Bids wlU te received by 
IH-. E.E. BrickeU, ^>er- 
latendent at tte office <tf 
School AitaniBi^ntiott 
MMtag, Princess A«w 
Stttkm, Virgiata Beach, 
Virginia natll 3:00 o'clock 
D.S.T.. AlH-U 23, 197S, and 
then at said office te pu- 
bUely opened and read a- 
lood. 

Tte Uormatlon for Bid- 
ders, Fwm of Bid, Form 
of CoBbwt, Plans, Speti- 
flcatioBS, and Forms of 
Bid Bond, Perionnanceaad 
Paymeti Bond, and otter 
cimtract documents maarte 
eamined at tte following: 

a. BaUders and Contrac- 
tors Esctange, Nortott, 
Virginia 

b. Dodge PlaaRooBM.No*- 
fott, Virginia 

Capias may te obtaued 
at tte office of Vansant 
k Gasler, Consulting En- 
gineers located at CoUey 
Avenue and 46tt Street, 
Norfdk, VirgiaUupdn pay- 
meat ct f&M for each 
set. Any ansnccessfal lad- 
der, «900 retumiag such 
set raomptly and in good 
conditioB, wiU te refunded 
Us payment, and any non- 
UddfBr iqxm so retamiag 
sack a set wiU te refunded 
115.00, within ten (lO)days 
of bid openings. , 
Tte Omter resci<ies tte 
ri^ to waive any infor- 
nmUties or to r^ect any 
or aU bids. 

Eadi Udder mast deposit 
wW his bid, secsrity 4n 
tte amount, form ud sab- 
Ject to tte eowfitions pro- 
vUed in tte Informaticm 
for Bidders. 

Biddars arc nqdtiBd Wler 
Tttte 94. Ctepwr%|CaOA" I 
of Virginia, to stow eri- 
doice of certificate of re- 
gistration tefore Ud mar 
te received and considered 
on a general or sab-con- 
tract of 120,000.00 (H- 
more. Tte Bidder diaU 
idace on tte oidside of tte 
envelope omtaining his bid 
and in his Irid ov«- his 
signature tte foUowing no- 
tatioB: Registered Coa- 
tnetor, Virgiaia Mo. 
No Iddder may wtttdraw 
his Md within 45 days af- 
ter tte a^aal date d tte 

nfla y therOltf . ' 

BY asms. OF THE 
8C»X)L BOARD 
CITY OF VntGINU BEACH 
EDWARD E. BRICKELL 
SUPERINTENDEMT 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

in tte Cletk's Offin of tte 

CIrcaK Coart tf tte City of 

ViifWa Bead^ on tte»tt 

dayirflfarch. Itn. 

AtteteaetteJoiM, 

Plainttff, 

agaimrt 

Charles Keaa^ Jones, Jr. 

Defondaat. 

lleot^ectoftUssvitis 
to oiitala a ittroree a vta- 
e^ mirtrtmatfl fren Ite 
tefendHt, npoattegraands 
irf ta« ]«ar ^paratta. 
And anaffldavtt tavl« teen 
m^e and filed tttf (kci de- 
fondaid is tmrn-t^itmAfd 
Ite &ata of Vir^aia, tte 
lart known pest oJBce mi- 
^^ hdar tt» M.w. 
171M mm, Ofi Loeka, 



I airt fltod^Mlto dt' 
fendart a aan-r«rid«rt <rf 
tte State irf VirgiBia, tte 
Ust taiown pMrt Met wi- 
iT%u bring: RichaMMd, 
California it is ordered 
ttet ste do a]9Mr tere 
witttn \m (10) «iys atwr 
d«e prtiUeattm ter«tf , and 
(to wtet may te necessary 
to iMoteet here interest in 
this rait. 

A eoi^-T«rte: JOHN V. 
FENHSEfiS: CLBSK 
Brvdgts.A mdgtts, Atty. 
1369 LasUt Road 
VirgiBia Iteadi, Va. 23451 

April 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



April 9. 16, 2t 



onmm of pubucation 

-In tte Cork's CUce of tte 
Ciraitt Court of tte City 
of Wnlaia Baach, on tte 
ntt Wy aTBrch, 1975. 
(kry Lnm Gallaat, 
PliMilf, ^ 

agaltat 

Jatfee Marie GaUairt, 
DefentoBt. 

Tte (Meet of this salt 
is to eittlB a divorce a 
amoa et thtnro to te la- 
ta* merged into a 
divorce a iteoilo matrim- 
onii from tte said defen- 
itaat, vpon Ite grounds of 
d^ntkm. 

And an affldarit teving been 
made and filed ttetdoedll- 
igenee has been ased by or 
tt behalf fd tte Coiqdain- 
aat to ascertain in 
tte deiandaat is, withont ef- 
fect, tte last known post 
office address betng: 723 
Delaware Aveune, c^Pete 
Zorick, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it Is ordered ttat 
ste do i^year tere withia 
ten (10) days after diK 
pid>Ucatk» tered, and do 
wtat may te necessary to 
protect ter iaterest in tUs 



Ipt Armm, ^ckvUte. 
Uaryiand 8M51 it Is or- 
dered tint riwdoivpear 
here irittia ten (10) tay» 
after due p^ieatka hercf- 
of, aad do wtat may te 
necessary to ^ot^ her 
ii^rest in Ws ^t. 
A copy-1%ste: XMM V. 
FENntESS. CL^K 
Broyles, HcK«u7 ACorry 
Pacific Ave A »tt «reet 
Virginia BeMh, Va. 23451 

'April 2. 9, 16, 23 « 

ORDER 
VIRGOnA: W THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 

CITY OF VIHGDnA BEACH 
(WTHE day OF ,1971 
b re: Adoptloa ol Rit^ard 
Wayne BeU 

Byt L»m Jota Jbttitahi 
Pelttioiiers 
To: Jwlon C. BeU 
State Id Ncntt CaroUna 
Indaneerr 
IC-74-1206 

This day eameUoaJota 
Hahmzak aad , Pet^tto- 
nera, and reinwseirted ttat 
(te obiect of this proceed- 
ing is to effect tte adop- 
ti(» of tte above aamad 
infaat (s), Richard Wayne 
BeU, by Leon John Matas- 
lak and , Petitioner aad 
affidavit tariag baea made 
and filled that Jaaion C. 
BeU, a aatnral parent of 
said cUM isanai- 

resldeid «f tteStateofVir- 
giida. tte last kaoiBjnst 
offlc* address being: ttato 
ofNortt(^roUM. 

R U ttar^ora Ordered 
that Ite ^dSaaiim C. ieU 
tnmr itknn tUs Cont 
iritUn tan (10) teys aflM- 



pabUartiM of Ods Ordn- 

at Midi UsAar atti- 

Mt loawrd tte ii«i0«Ml 



A copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS: 

CLERK 

Osie H. Gay, Jr. 

2871 River Road 

Virginia Beadi, Va. 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 « 



ORDER OF PUBUCATIOH 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circait Coart of tte City of 

Virginia Bmtk. on tte2M 

day of Harch, 1975. 

CeceUa C. Sqiteas, 

Plaintiff, 

agalut 

Lawrence B. Stephens, 

-UdBIKBaJn. 

Tte object of ttUanitU 
for tte said iriaiatifr agar- 
nlshment of fimds dne tte 
Defendant from tte United 
States at Amwiea; baaad 
iy«poB!Jadgmei«4llfay.M||^ 
1974. 

And an affidarit having be«i 
made and filed ttat tte de- 
fendant is a NoB-ResideBt 
of tte State of Virginta, 
tte last post office address 
bei« 5724 Frootier Tnil, 
KnozviUe, Tennessee it is 
ordered ttat he do appear 
tere within Tea (10) dajs 
after dne pid>UeatioB tere- 
of, and do rtat may te 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest tt this salt. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
BUI, Fine, Ugum A Fine 
LawBoildiag 
Norfolk, Virginta 23510 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



(HtDER OF PUBUCAIION 

In tte Clerk's Office ot tte 

Circait Court of tte City 

at ViifiBta Beadt, on tte 

26tt day (rf Harch, 1975. 

HitBl Hae Abbott Davidsao, 

PtaintiS, 

i^alBst 

Ray. Cartiss OavidsoB 

Deffendaid. 

The object of ttis salt 
is to (Main a divorce A 
Vincato HatrimonU from 
tte said defendant, opoatte 
giomds of parties tavtBg 
Uved sqiarate and apart 
wUhoat odiaUtafldo aial 
Witt oat hitentvtioB for 
one year. 

And anaffidavlttaviBgbeen 
made and fUed that tte de- 
fendant Is a Boo-resideBt 
of tte aate of Vlrgtata, 
tte last known post office 
address teiog: Box 259, 
RaiaeUe. West Virginta 
25962 it is ordered ttat 
te (to an>^r tere wittin 
ten (10) days after tee 
pabUcatioe hnwof . uid do 
wtet may te necessary to 
pnrtect Us irterert ta Ms 
nitt. 

A «)py-TMte: JOHN V. 
FENIKEffi: CLERK 
Glena B. HcClaBaa,Atty 
425 S. Wttdidact IM. 
Vlifinta Beadk, Va. 23462 

A^ 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Claik's Office (rf tte 

Cirodt Court Of tte City of 

Virginta Beach, on tte24tt 

day of Harch, 1975. 

HUtard Wylie, 

Ptaintiff. 

against 

Eagenta Q. WyUe, 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKM 
In tte ClMk's Office ctf tte 
Circait Centtftte City of 
Virginta IM^ on tteZStt 
day of Har<ClV7S 
Charles FndM- Hack, 
Plaiirtlff, 

Di*ra EsMte Taylor 
Htek. 



At do siiiar Mr* wutm 

■M^MOn kwraot, hM * 

wtat may te MM J8t « |» 

protect Uatt^aft to «8 

FE^IeSS: CLERIC 
Barrow It Lowe 
31M Arctic Ava ww . 
Virginta Beadi. VirgH^ 

April t, 18. n,>o«t 



Tte object of tkta salt 
ta to obtain a divorce A 
Heima Et Thpro Yrbo tte 
said (tefMidant, apoa tte 
groands of dewrtion. 
And anaffidarit taring been 
made and filed ttat fto de- 
fendant ta anoa-residentof 
tte State of Virgiata, tte 
last kaowB post office ad- 
dress Mag- Rmrial P.O. 
Box 6048, Camiqr, Jhwrto 
Rio) 60027 it ta mitered 
ttat ste do appnr tere 
within ten (10) days after 
diffi priiUca^ hereof, aad 
do iriat may te necessary 
to protect ter interest ta 
thtasait. 

A raJWf-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
BoUattay, Ikdmes A lamaa 
5>8toBey Pirtnt 
700 Newton Road 
KortoUc, Virgiata 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 « 



(»DER OF fUfeUCAIKW 
btteClwk'sOBIeaottte 
Cin^t UMfft <d the CMrof 
Virginta Beacfc, on tte Ird 
day M April. 19'^ 
Mdvta F. taltt, 
Platattff, 
jtataM^ 
afariqtK.aaitt, 



Tteo^actofttlimdtta 
to oMaia a divwte a vta- 
eak) antrUeaB ftiM tt* 
Mid drt wdaat, jy tte 
gnan^ of duwttss. 
iUai aaaffiMvtttavtatkeM 
madeaadfOadtttfttada- 
fendaattaaaon-rmridaddr 
tte SMa of VteiNria, flM 
tast fcaen pert ofltet ai- 
(b«satalw:lM»e«attls 



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ij 

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ordered ttat tfm do maar 
here iMta tea (10) «»• 
after dM nA&MN tere- 
of, aad do «M MV te 
aeeassary to jratoet 1m 
^nvsttatUsaiit. 
A omr-Taate: Jom V. 

WilUas r. Banaite 
MILasktaltead 
Viiftata Beach. TUgtala 

April t. if. ».»« 




or fltternlM do 
topro- 
ta tUs 



V. Faatran, Clerk 
RolBrdB. Cterrymaa 
SM lartanBdiiarj Blvd. 
milnta BaKh,Va. 

Airil t, a, It, 2S « 



(smB OF nmjCAnw 

lBttea«Hi10atoe«iflH 

CU«attCoatafltoCMr«l 

infiiataBaadl.eattalrt 

dayofA9Hl.ltn. 

Cferia BeMfaa Watt, 

Ptaintiff, 



Dr. SaiM <^afeaai IMt, 



ne oNeel at tUs aalt 
ta to oMtfa a dtvorea A 
Mean at Thno tram tte 



OSDER OF PUBUCATIOR 
b tte Clnk's OfDce of tte 
Ciradt Coart of tte City 
of VbiWa Beach, on tte 
m day ol i^prtt. U75. 
Uury Loatae Aaatta. 
PtaMill, 



HkckAastio, 



And HiaflMtavitta«lB|toaB 
madeaadiaadikaMdt- 



tte itate of Vtaigiata, tte 
last kaowapoat oflleead- 

Hm-Cmtm 
Hmi- 



•mU 
a 

Lni 
-^y 
lis 

'd» 

•oD 
ao 

/ 

'61 

!tV 

\<i 
m 

■ml 
MO 

oJ 
«m 



Ttool4ae(t9lttia4n&to 
to obtata a divmve A Wlskf 
cato i^rtmotf fitim tte 
Mid d#«dast. apoa tte 
groaads of 2 years s^a- 
ratioa. 
Aad aaaflMsvtttavtagbMB 



ORDER OF PUBUCA'nON 

ta tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Cirorit Court of tte city of 

Virgiata Beach, oa tteZStt 

day rf Mar*, ins. 

Robert Lawrente IWlips, 

FtaMttf, 

ataitat 

Crihertae Leatae mUips, 

TM bb^ of tUs salt ta 
to obtata a divorce A Hn- 
H Et Ttoro to te merged 
upon pn^er if^lcatiaB 
into a Mfcrtt A VInealo 
Hatrt^Mtfl trom tte said 
A^itttant, ivoattegroods 
crfdMwiflw. 

iM aaaffld^tavtaKteeo 
matte ad filed ttat tte ^- 
fMdaat ta anoa-restf^rt 
tte 9^ (rf VirgfiA, tte 
tast knows pnt office ad- 
l: 1713 Farra- 



Tte object of Ms salt 
ta to obtata a divorce a 
vincalo matrimoait, from- 

grouads ^d^wmradn tlie~* 
3ni day of Septemter. 1971 
Anl an affldarit tav- 
iug made and ffied ttat 
tte defendant U a non- 
resident of tte State of 
Virginta, tte last known 
post office addreu teiag: 
Box 10682, l^mpa, Flor- 
ida 33679 it ta ordsred 
that Ae do apptar hen 
wittin ten (10) days after 
dae poblletfioa hueof.aad 
do wfert may te aeceasary 
to protect her lateriBSt ta 
tUasuit. 

A COOT-Teste: iOBS V. 
FEMTRESS: CLEW 
Pidcett, ^lata A Lyle, Atty 
3284 ViniBta Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beaitt. Va. 23^2 

A^ 9. 16, 23, 30, 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

b the Cterk's Qfliee of tte 

Circait Cowl (Afb» Citycrf 

Vti^iata Bcadi, oa tte Ird 

dayof Ai»fl, 1975. 

I^aM Harie GlUnwater, 

Platatifl, 

agaiast 

Cta^ S^)teB GiUomter, 

Defendut. 

Tte object of thtasaHta 
to i4itata a divorce a rin- 
calo matrimonii from tte 
said defeadant, a^ tte 
grmmds irf deserttaa and/ 
orcra^. 

And analOdavtttavlaghea 
made and filed ttat tte de- 
fendant ta aaon-reBtdeatof 
ite State a Virgil, tte 
tast known post eOea <d- 
4ress briag: GaitSlaptea 
GUleawater, 111 Mwma 
Street, Hoand Cite, Hta- 
sonri tt ta ordered i^te 
do qipear hen wttUn Ian 
(10) daya after ttm pdtU- 
catka tereirf, aad do what 
■ay te necesMry to pro- 
tect Us iatereri ta tUs 
salt. 

A copy-TMte: HXa V. 
FEB^^: CLERK 
Constastine A. SpaaoaUs 
lOS M. Plan TraU 
VbTtata Beach, Viitiata 
234I2 

April 9, 16,23, 30 41 



GtoatM'.Ea^taadMtaor- 
derad ttri te do 



iKnt^wtttto imaV)Ji9» 
after dm Mi^aM !■(•- 

'aacMaaiy toi'fiifliet hta 
tatereat ta tUa ^^^ 
A emt-Teste: JMB, T. 
FEMTBESS: CLQK 
Gtaaa B. MeClaaaB, M* 
425 8 Wttekdaek Bd. 
1^1^ Beach, Va.l9Mt 

April 9, 1«. a. 10 « 



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no 




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laet 


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btteClaik'sf^afihe 
Cireett Coart or tte C^of 
TtivliyaBeaAoafteM 

S«f April, itn. 
•It A. Trto. 

agaiast 

Carta ElalM Tniwr nfeo, 



Tte oiiieet of Ada nit 
ta to Alata a dlvot«e A 
HeoM Bt TkMO freai tte 
aaid dafaadaat. «oa tte 



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10? 
if> 



gitmaia e( DMaritoa. 
Aad anaia#vttk^vi||ta«l 
adTiiedttatAde^ 



tsadaat ta aaoa-rMMaalef 
tte 8t^ o(Vlii^ata,ae 
laat kaova poat efS^ ad- 
draas brt«:ISi:|o*arBoad 
Sorth Wiadier, Co aas iet l eat 
qipear tare wittda tea (Iff) 
days ^ter dee pMic^taB 
hemat, ni do ittrt m^ 
te aeoMaary to pnlaet. 
her tatenat ta ttta aaB. 
A eopy-T^: XMM Y. 
FEMTBESS: CL»K 
Uoon, Bryteea A Citm, 
Attya. 

2413 Pacific A«oa« 
ViriiBta Baadi. Tli^tata 

iMvU t, 16, ». 10 4t 



tatteCletk'aOiaeeelMta 
Ctaiatt Coart olttaC^ 
of mrdate Bea<tt» ea tti 

4tt d^of ^tt. iwn. 

Ata ^ wmiamaa, Jr., 
Mtatffi, 



acalari 
Oriattaa 



(MtDER OF PUBUCAHON 
ta tte CMe's (Mto of te 
CirmA C^nt (rf tte f%of 
IfMUa Baadi, oa tte Ird 
day i^ilvrfl, ItTS. 
Hai^rrt SurtiUl (>»doe, 
P^iMf. 



j^apk Ccadon, 



Tteel|i^<^tUssattta 
to (Mate a <ttwM^ a vta- 
cido mrirtaMiM trom tte 
aaM delMdat, ivoa tte 
tftmata (d two jmr sepa- 
raOw. 

Aad Maflttvlttai««beea 
■afei^fitadtetttefc- 
feadnt Is aaaa-r^dsatM 
tte $U^ Id Tlr^, tte 
ta4 kamm pi^ office td- 
drMs bring: Creamery 



Jeaa VUltam- 



DriMdaat. 

Tte <Mtat of ttltaitt 
ta toohiaha jty ee^ 
aasaet ttvo ftwa ttpuM 
ddadaat, ipda Ike i^M- ■ 
ada of dtsiiuoa. 

Aad a ailidn« kaftaf 
tea amdeaadfltadHMdflw 
deH^Bil to • aoiHrttf- 
deid of tte Stoto ef VW- 
tm^, tte^Mteenpetf 
ofSce adina biMg: 
I Pi«^ Itm, M01 Vairt, 
Florida ilD«.;tt toMte- 
ed ttitf itte do Htear iMt 
iMm toa (Wilm iAw 
da pdktteiaea tereef^iid 
do ^rtM ate ke aeeeaary 

praHR aer wmfWm m 
MtatL 

Aeaf*Twta: JCm T. 
FMUnUaifc CMOBC 
^H^Mt ABAMHM 

itar*tt. WrgtalK WU 
A^ 9. l», n, 10 41 



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UfMIWiM* 



m 



AV MU^AHCE MKiKfiDiG TO GRANT 1t> THE 
IpWM OR ftEMOm m fO THE C(«PC«ATi01f 
MttAmS TO tC ASCESTiWED IM THE MODE 
HUBdtnB} HY LAW, THE mom AND PiUVI- 
LESE TO (Xmtmci, OPEHATE AND MAINTAIN 
A CABLE TELEVBWN SYSTEM WITHIN THE CITY 

or TntOMA bim:r rem the term and ukm 

THE (XMINTKnK REREIHArTEB STATED 

BE rr <mDAniEp by the ccwncil of the 

CITT of VmGDIU BEACH, TI^DIIA: 

An onttMiM puiKabic to gnot to the penoK 
or ptnoM or to tte corpontUw Iwretfter to be 
isMirtateet ta tte mode pr»erib«d hy law, Oe 
li^ aid iHrifU^^ to constract, operate ud mtla- 
tt^ A caMe telffiatoD sy«tein wttWe M Cit| ^_ 
Virttala B«ttk for tbe tern and ^poa the coodi- 
tioM hsrvttttfter stated. 



bjr Om Cttf CooMil of the City of Vir- 
VlrctUa. 00 the 17 day of March, 



fliia 
liTf. 



NOTICfe 
CABLE TELEVISION BU) 

MUte Mtiet is henl^ gtveo that Uta are to- 
Tttod iar the prtvOece pra|»i«l to he graated hy 
the oitfiHUKt hir^aflcr i«t l[>rtb. 

BUS Adl be is wrltiac as reqpdred Iqr law asii 

aad atdi bidder AaU file with hU bid a eertitied 
ehedt tnn ttm soae hank io tbe City of Vir- 
cMa Bead eieeatod is fhrar (d the Treasurer of 
the City of Vlr|^ Beach for tte son of $1,500.00, 
irtdch shall be heU by tte City Maaifer spoatte 
eoMttiau set forth ia the Besolotioi adoptad by 
CooMit of tte City of Vtrfioia Beach, Virfiaia 
oaJaM4, 1171 

Bids dMU be deUvered oa ite II day of Aanst 
ins lA XK>0 o'doiA P.M. ia opee session, to ttie 
pTMidac offlemr of the Coweil of the City (rf 
Virtiaia fteach, ih the Covnell Chambers, Mani- 
cipal Cei^r, Virgiaia Beach, VlrgiBia, U4M to be 
dcaH with sad acted upoa in the oiaaaer prescribed 
bylaw. 

The Ctty of VlrginU Beach resenres the rigM to 
r^od say aad all bids. The cost of adfcrtisiBg 
ineideiit to said onUaaicc shaU be paid by the 
City of Virgiaia Beadi which shall be reimbwsed 
there-for by the person m persons or corporatlOB 
to whoa the great of said privilege is finally 



The wdiasace proposiag to^ grant Om ivMlage 
is SB fidlowi: 

AM CmtMNANCE GRANTING T0~ 



THE RKjHT and 



eHUfid s^arately in addHim to the re« 
pdar noMly servtee char^ and are re- 
mitted by graMee to the taxing authority. 

L TCC" means ttm Federal Coamonicatioiis 
CiNnartssi«. 

J. "RaiidMiat ^tecriber" means a purchas- 
er (rf service delivered over the system 
to so individual dwelU^ unit, where the 
service Is ik4 to be ntiUzed in eonnectlon 
with a bvsiwss, trade or pntfessitm. 

K. "StdMcriber" means a purchaser oi service 
deUvered over the system. 

L. 1) 'Basic Service" means the delivery by 
the grantee of those audio and visual stg- 
aals required tqr the FCC to be carried on 
a CATV system and any broadcast tdevl- 
si<M s%nats allowed by the FCC to be car- 
' ried on a CATV system. ^ 

2) "Addittonal Service" means any cora- 
muBJ^ttliHH' service other tlian Basi r Sp**- 
viee, provided over its system by the com- 
pany directly or as a carrier for its sub- 
sWarlas, attllates or any other person 
nngagnl 4n noaMaanicatioBs' services includ- 
tag, bf way of nample but apl limited to. 
bnrgUr alarm, data or other electronic 
ttiMl^ence transmission, fac^mlle repro- 
duction, meter reading, and hcmie litappiog. 

M. "Chaanel" neans a (reQiency band 6 MHZ 
hi vMtt vMeh is capable <a carrying a 
- standard looadcast audio-video television 
rignal; birttcr, its definition shall include 
Hw fidlowittg classes/types of channels, as 
q>ecified by FCC regulations: 
1) Class I eaUe television channel: A 
rignalUag path provided by a cable tele- 
vision sy^m to relay to subscriber ter- 
Btoals television broadcast programs that 
are revived oB-tii-air or are obtained by 
iaicrowave or bf direct connection to a 
teleiisloB broadcast station. 
I> Clus B cable television channel: A sig- 
' VlUag path provided by a cable television 
system to deliver to sutoeriber terminals 
televislafl signals that are intended for re- 
caption by a television broadcast receiver 

* wlthoot the ttse of an anxtllary decoding 
drrtee and wUch sigatis are aO. involved 
to a IntMdcast ta-ansmlssion path, 
i) Class IB cable televisiofl channel: A sig- 
nalling path provided by a cable television 
system to deliver to subscriber terminals 
signals Oat are intended for reception by 
eqn^nneot other than a television broadcast 
receiver w liy a television broadcast re- 
ceiver only when used with auilllary de- 
coding e(|tt4|>Bicnt. 

A) Clnss ly «We television chsnnel: a slf- 

•aUiV P*tt provided by a cable television 

system to fraasmit signals of any type 

_Jnwi a sid»crfber terminal to motherp^ 



1^ 



namJtGE to owstruct, opqiate and 

MADITAOI A CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEM 
WrrBW THE CITY OF VmcnOA BEACH . , 

cm or vmcaaAfemtcKi^nuamiA: 

That a iru^^ is inr^tj granted to 

: — : --—in', ae right and i»1vUege to coa- 

atnct, operate and nudntaia a caMe tetevlaion ays- 
tMtt wKhin the Ctty of Virginia Beach for tte tena 
and v^oa the condtttons set forth in the OnUn- 
anee Proposing to Grut snch a franchise, said 
wdhriBce passad byCoincU oa , W75. 



AdiytMl by the Coondt of the City of TlrgMa 
Bauh, Tbginia, on tte day of — — , 1175 

1. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this ordinance is'to provide 
tor tht n^tton of CATV qistems In the Ctty 
of Vlr^ria BcMdi to toe p«Mle interest to ac- 
cotp^ee Witt all stote and federal tows. 

2. PtItott'PffT 

A. "C^ Maaiger'' means the (Mice of the 
Ctty Manager m- Its age^. 

B. "Ctty*^ miau the Ctty of Virftoto Boaci. 

C. 'Omise' means the City CooacU of Vir- 
gtolaBeadi. 

D. 'Conmnnity Antena Television ^stem' 
9l aaiinas, eaUes, wires, lines, towers, 
wavif^des, laser beams or any otter con- 
dadon, converters, aqi^MBeid or todH- 
tles dasiped, coniUiicted or operattd tor 
toe paipose of pnxtoeiag, receiving, am- 
^liiying, nuidifying, and distrtonttag, 
to whete OT to part 19 andto, vtoee, wtf 
ottw fonqs of electroaic or ele^leal sl- 
pals to and Inmi sidMcrtben aad toea- 
ttons to aad oi^ide of the City ct Vir- 
giaia BMCh, Virgtola. It may also be re- 
ferred to as "Broattoand C^e CoBmn- 
kattans System.' 

E. ^'FnHtolOse" metts ud tacludes aqt aa- 
toMltttbm grantei hereunter to terms el 
a IrtnCh&e, {Hivil^e. permit, Ucmme i»- 
^herwUe to constmct, operate, and mato- 
tato a CATV system in dM City. 

F. *Gn^ee" m^as the iwrsoo, firm or cor- 
pbritlo» to whom or to which a franchise 
to gmted by Ctty Cornell ia<ter Oris or- 
dtaaii», or anpwe who siKceeds said per- 
son, firm or corporation in accordance wito 
the proviaions of tols ft-awihise. 

G. "S^w^" m^ Qm piOOic streeto, aven- 
mI, Mihnys, bodevahto. ameonrsM, dri- 
nwtyf. Mdges, tmnels, pariu, parkways, 
«^rways, docks, bulkheads, whaj^^, ptera, 

• altoys, aU otter ^bUc r^rts-d-way and 

eawMMto, and toe pMic groonda, pUe^ 
» v^ert wittto or belonging to toe City. 
B. 1) 'Total Gross ReceipU" shaU mean say 
end all c^mpensatton and (rthercMSMeratioa 
etrito^d or recited or in any mamer 
^Mid « dartva^hp^aMe from tte-c^ar- 
lAtonMHs CATV iyil«i. ' 
^ "ToU S*8cnber' Hevawe" or "Gross 
Mnrtoer Revenue' staU meaa any and 
«B ooapMsitfM and ^tor cusidentian 
to aay ln« paM tj a ntecribnr aad n- 
eWnd by toe grakee arising frue toe 
mM Ms iwgator moMh^ ^rvl^ to its 
atmia mn witoto toe Ctty. la <M««tag 
mM smIi hi^ever, any sales, servtca, tmi, 
wfjifiHfflw' «r oOmt e»tOT tea dall not 
be tacMad to the ei^ such ta^ an 



me bi*. 



■■il' 

nil t 



■f^nf''" 



to the eaUe televiston system. 

B. 'Paaaad by toe CATV System* means toe 
coBstm^OB of the system to a given area 
has bnaa. tumMei to toe dec^pf thai, no 
<ll|hN ¥J toi ti u iUM l^inei| alr e * »ST|tfte^iaa ^ <# ii 
Baalc Service i9on rei^k. v^wdi 

0. 'PnbUc A«ess Channel' mnns a chanhel 
on the system whkh U reserved for use 
Wj the pnbUc on n dedicated, wn-commer- 
elal, Bowfinerlmtoatory basis, to accordance 
wtth toe rales ol FCC. ^ 

P. 'Edneatioa Acceas Channel' means a channel 
on the system which U reserved for ose 
by edneatiatel aitftorities desigmted by toe 
Ctty, ta aecOTdaace wito the rules of toe 

rcc, 

Q. "Local Govtmnent Access Chnnml" means a 
thanwl oa the system which is reserved 
tor aae by toe City, to sccordance wito 
toe rales of the FCC. 
B. 'AecMs Chaaaeto" includes all public, ed- 
n^toa, local goveram«it, and leased chan- 
, note. 

8. 'LeaMd Aecess Channel* means a chamMl 
en tte system which is reserved for (ar- 
rt^ (tf profram material provided by per- 
sons who lease channd time from toe gran- 
tee, tacladtog ttie unused portion of the 
public, eitocation, and local goveramrat ac- 
cess ehanneto. 
T. The total number of sut»crlbera shall be 
determtoed as follows: ta the event a single 
fea to' pato for service to a multipto dwel- 
Uag utf, the number of equivalent snb- 
sertocrs sImU be ttetermined Iqt dividing such 
fee by tte thn |»«vaUtog residential sub- 
scribM- rate sad roimdlng the resnltiag 
qnottant to toe nearest whole number. To 
tote anmber shall be added the number of 
all otter sitoscribers. 
V. 'Year* mMns any period of S65 consecu- 

ttve &ys. 
V. 'tottinl Service Area" means that portion 
of Ike City where energised trmik cable 
tfttU be axteactod and service shall be 
made atnlliMe to »11 persons desiring said 
service withto five (S) yeara after toe re- 
ceipt of a Certificate of Compliance tnm 
the FCC. 
W. 'A|ipiicsnt* mnns any person, firm, cor- 
por^oo, or o^r eitttty who or which ap- 
pUes for a eabte tetevtoion franchise pur- 
snnt to toto ordinaace. 
X. "Apidicatiott Form* means testondard form, 
tocorporatad hereto by reference and made 
a part herein, wUch must be »}mpleted 
and submittal by each ipfUaai to order 
to andy for a cable television franchise 
j^soast to tois ordinance. 
Y. 'Prtocipd* mrana for tte parp(»es of this 
OTdiMa(» ;Md tte spidicattoa form, any 
person, tnmp of persons acting in concert, 
firm, eorporatioe, or other entity who or 
sMeh owaa or nsirtrois ^ or more of u 
^^towt'n c^iital stock or is a member of 
tot apidieaBt's Board of IMreetora. 
I. FriKllla* Required; Duratton; Esclusiv- 
tty; RIgtts of Arties; Renegottotiott of 
Fra^Me Terms. 
• A. The City AaU fiwrt a ft«eUse tor the 
naa irf toe stre^ wUto tte City tor the contrae- 
tkm, qarMoa, aid matrtwance irf a CATV sys- 
tem. No «i^M M^ he aUoawd to ocoi^ or use 
the irtr^ el tte Ctty nor rimU any sy^^ be 
nltowed to eperate wMmd a CATV Fraaehise. A 
CATV FramMse nay be anrded ty orttnace only 
nMr tte Gnalee'a topi, etaracter, fisaacial, tech^ 



nlcal and otter qialifications and tbe adetpiacy and 
lieastoiltl^. of its construction arrangements have 
been approved by tte City as a part of a full public 
proceeding affording interested parties due process. 
B. 1} The franchise shall be granted for a 
term of fifteen years; ttereafter, after full public 
heariag(s), and according to tbe franchise- renewal 
procedure that follows, the franchise may be renew- 
ed for such term as in the (pinion of Council 
will serve the public interest. 

2) Procedure to consider franchise renew- 
al 

a) Thirteen montos isefore expiratim 
of toe franchise, a CATV Evaluation Com- 
mittee whose membersliip shall consist 
of membera of tte community and from 
C-ity adratoistrative staff shall be appotot- 
ed by toe Ctty Council to review the 
perforij^ce of the franchisee and the 

conteatd the CATV Ordinance. 

b) After giving public notice, the Com- 
mittee shall proceed to determine whetoer 
toe opfrator has satisfactorily perforjn- 
ed his obligations under toe franchise. 
To determine satisfactory performance, toe 
Committee shall look at toe technical 
develc^mems and performance of toe sys- 
tem, prog^ramming, btoer services offered, 
cost of service, and any other particular 
recpiirement set in toe ordinance such 
as tte availability of programming equip- 
ment and personnel to aid access channel 
users; also, among other measurements, 
toe Committee shall consider toe fran- 

-«Usee's annual rqwrto made to toe City 
or toe FCC. The participation of the 
public and of toe Grantee shall be per- 
mitted during toese considerations. 

c) A four montt period shall l>e pro- 
vided to determine toe grantee's eligi- 
bUlty for renewal. 

d) The Committee shall tten prqwre 
wltoin two montos any amendements to 
toe Franchise Ordinance that it believes 
necessary. 

e) The Committee shall submit recom- 
mendations wito regard to (1) renewal of 
tte franchise, (2) changes to Uie fran- 
chise, and (3) amendments to toe Fran- 
chtoe Ordinance to Ctty Council for its 
consideration. 

f)If toe City Council finds toe Grantee's 
performance satisfactory, a new franchise 

may be granted pursuant to tte ordinance Ij,^ 

as amended. _.^ 

g) to the event tte current Grantee is \^ 

determined by City Council to have per- ,^ 

-'*:' formed unsatisfactorily, new applicants '' 

may be sought and evaluated by the CATV — 

Evaluation Committee and a franchise aw- ^ 
ard made by City Council according to 
CATT frain^tog procedures adc^ted by 
ttie City CouikU. 

h) to conjunction wito tte cancellation 
and/or eq>iration of toe franchise, and 
^ / to d miM U fm ol^pw j|n^ made by Q^j^,., 
"CbflKB ttnt'toe ouTTflrt Grantee's per- 
formance has been or has not been sat- 
tofactory. City Council reserves tte right 
to make a franchise award to a new gran- 
tee foUowing franchising procedures adcqrt- 
ed by City CouncU. 

i) No determination of unsatisfactory 
past performance may be made unless 
toe Graittee has bad full notice of the 
posstoillty of such findings and a chance 
to be heard; toe determination itself shall 
be snpported by complete writtm find- 
ings of tart. In tte event of such a find- 
ing, toe Grantee shall be compensated to 
an amount equal to ttie fair market value 
of toe system as a going concern, deter- 
mtoed tqr arbitratimi, either torough pur- 
chase of tte system by toe City pur- 
suant to Section 17 hereof or by pay- 
ment to him of Uiat amount by tte new 
Grantee. 

C. The franchise, rigWs, and privUeges grant- 
ed pursdhnt to this ordinance are not exclusive and 
nothing in Uiis ordinance shall be cmstnied to pre- 
vent a grant by tte City of a similar franchise, 
right, and privileges to otter persons or corpora- 
tions. 

D. The right is hereby reserved to tte City 
to ad(^)t, to addition to toe provisions contained 
hereto and' to existtog qiplicable ordinances, such 
additional regulations as tt shall find necessary 
to toe exercise of tts police power, provided, how- 
ever, that nothing to tois provision shall (^wrate 
to dqnive or curtail ttie righto and privil^es of 
toe Grantee as granted by tois franchise and pro- 
vided ftirtoer that such regulations be pursuant to 
s Public Heariig to which toe Grantee shall be 
given w^ce. 

E. 1) Scheduled Roiegottotion Sessions. The 
Ctty and tte Grantee shall hold scheduled renego- 
tiation sessions wiUita ttirty (30)^days prior to U»e 
ttird, sixtt, nutt, and twelfto anniversary dates 
(4 toe Graittee obtamiog certificati<» for tte system 
from tte FCC. All such renegottotion sessions shall 
be (qien to the public and shall be announced by 
toe Ctty to a newsp^ter of general circulation at 
toast five (5) days before each session. 

2) ^>ecial Penegotiation Sessi(ws. ^lecial 
renegottotion sessions may be held at any time dur- 
iiC toe term of tte franchise provided Uiat bott 
toe City and toe Grantee shall mutually agree on 
tte time, tte pUce and tte topics to be negotiated. 
AU such reneg«^tion sessions ^lall be qjen to 
the piAUc and announced in a oewsi»per of graeral 
circutotion at least five (5) days before each session. 

3} Topics to Be Negottoted. The foUowtog 
topics shall be discussed at every scM^ed rm^- 
pitUUon session; service rate structures; free or 
disctranted services; aH>licaUon of new technologies; 
system performance; services provided; program- 
ming offered; customer comidatoto.^vacy and hu- 
man rights; amendments to tois ordinance; under- 
grounding progress; and (ndicial and FCC rulings. 

Topics, in addition to th(»e listed, may be 
added if agreed iqx» by boto parties. Members of 
the gcMral public may aAl tj^ics either by work- 
iag ttrough toe o^Miatti« parties, or 1^ presrat- 
ii^ a petition. If such a petition bears tbe valid 
a%natores of fifty (50) or more vaUfled electora 
til tte City, the proposed toplQ or topics shaU be 
Mided to tte list to be discnsMi at tte rm^irtia- 
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4} Retired Financial Information. At all 
renegottotion sessions, tbe Grantee shall provide 
tte annml report for all years completed, containing 
full cash flow information. Si^iriemeotal financtol 
information regarding tte operations of tte Grantee 
and the system shall be promptly supplied, by the 
Grantee upon tbe request of tte City. 

5) Fact Ftoding and Arbitration Permitted. 
Any matter which is disputed during a renegotia- 
UoB session may t>e submitted to fact finding or 
arbttration at tte election of one Of toe parties, 
as provided in tte Sertlon herein entitled "Arlrf- 
tratiOB." 

6) Dispute Over Financial Conditions. 
Should a dispute arise over whether tte financial 
condition of tte Grantee as reported pursuant to 
ttis Section is to accord with generaUy accepted 
accounting practices and prtociples as practiced in 
tte CATV industry, tten such dispute shall be si4>- 
mitted to fact finding or arbttration as provided 
totoe Section entitled "Arbttration," 

7) Disclosure After Renegotiation Session. 
The Ctty shall at the conclusion of all renegotta- 
tttm seisfotts, issue a public stotement announc- 
ing all agreements ttat were reached by toe parties 
as a result of toe renegotiation. 

4. Use of tte Street 

A. Tbe Grantee sbaU have the right to use the 
streets, of tte CUy for tte constructton, operation, 
and maintenance of a CATV system as prescribed, 
regulated, and limited by provisions of ttis ordto- 
ance and by state, local, and federal tow, Imto 
present and foture. 

B. The right granted shall aUow tbe grantee 

to construrt, erert, mamtato, and operate such poles, 

oindulto, towers, manholes, subways, wires, cables, 

appUances, and equipment necessary for tte safe 

aad efficient operation of a CATV system; provided 

ttiat: 

The Grantee shall utUize toe tociliUes of 

utUities and subways wherever practi- 
cable. 

to no case nuiy the Grantee install poles 
where underground facilities are to use 
by utility companies without approval 
of tte Ctty Manager or without tbe con- 
sent of tte agency or department de- 
signated by tte Ctty Manager to give 
such consent, subject to any Umitotions 
or restrictions determtoed to be to the 
pubUc toterest. 

Hotting to this Section shall be con- 
strued to art as a waiver of tte power 
of tte CUy to require by ordinance the 

substitution of under-ground service for 

overhead service •to areas where the ' 
electric and/or tele|Aone companies 
place toeir service underground. 
Netting to this Section shall be con- » 
straed to reUeve Uie Grantee from its — 
oi>ligation to pay any fees or reitt for 
its use of 'faculties of ttie City, ntU- 
Tty oimpanles or <rther legal entitles. ~ 

C. The grantee shall not erect or ttistall, 
move, alter or change toe location of any pote, 
tower, wire, condutt, subway, Itoe, manbote, ca- 
jMe or equipmert to any street,aUey or other p^- 

lie place of tte City or dig; ' cut or disturb aay 
street, alley or otter public ptoce of toe City un- 
less prior written notice of ito totention so to do 
is given to such department or agency of toe City 
as ShaU have been or may be designated by the 
City CouncU and permission to writing so to do' 
is granted by such department or agency or such 
requlremsnt is waived by such department or agency. 
Such permission shall be conditioned upon com- 
pliance wtth tte terms, coadttions, provtoioos, and 
Umitotions of ttds franchise and wito such otoer 
terms, provtoions, conditions, and Umitotions as will 
preserve, protert, and promote tte safety of toe 
public using tte streeto, alleys, and ottier pubUc 
pUees of tte City and as wiU prevent toterference 
Witt or obstruction of the use of streets, aUeys, 
and otter pubUc plaras by the City or by any otoer 
public or ntiUty or pobUc service corporatira 
for toefr reqiecttve purposes and functions. Such 
permtosion shaU also be conditioned upon such otoer 
terms, pronstons, conditions, and limitations as 
will preserve, protert, and promote toe healto, 
afety, and general welfare of toe.City and its ctt- 
itens subjert' to tte towful exercise of the police 
power. 

D. ta, toe event of the relocation, construction, 
reccmsti-uction, matoteaance or repair by the City 
of any of ito faciUttes or services now or here- 
after acqufred, and toclvding but aai Umited to any 
street, aUey or otter pubUc ptoce. sewer, elec- 
tric, water, fire aUrm, poUce communications or 
traffic control tociUties or any part ttereof, or 
to toe event access to any street, alley or other 
pubUc ptoce to or from any property of the City 
is requfred, and it to necessary to move, alter 
or relocate, eitoer permanently or temporarily, 
any of tte grantee's poles, towers, wires, appliances, 
conduits, subways, Unes, manholes, cables or equip- 
ment or anv part ttere<tf to toe pnbUc right-of-way, 
to order for toe City to retocate, constract, re- 
consfrurt, maintoin or repair any such toclUty, 
service, street, aUey or otoer pnbUc place or any 
such sewer or electric, water, fire alarm, pohce 
communicatioo or traffic control faciUty, or any 
part ttereof, or to obtato access to or from such 
prcverty, iqxm notice from toe Ctty, the grantee 
will move, alter or relocate such pole, tower, ap- 
pUance, condutt, subway, line, manhole, cable or 
etp^iment or part thereof, at its own cost and 
expense; and should tte grantee fail, retose or 
neglert to oimply witt such notice, such pole, tower, 
wire, appUance, conduit, subway, Une, maibole, 
cable or equtoment or part ttereof may be re- 
moved, attered or relocated by the Ctty at tbe cost 
of the grantee and tte Ctty stoU not be liable to 
the grantee tor (tomages resulti^ from such re- 
moval, alteratton or relocation. 

E. The grantee ShaU at no cost to Om City 
erect, tostaU, and matotato on any of ito poles, 
toven, wires, antUances, ccmdutts, subways, Itties, 
manholes, cables or equipment in or nrar ttie streets, 
altoys, and other pubUc ptoces of the City such 
r»sooable devices to antral^ or ware pMVons 
ttsi^ tte streets, aUeys, and other public ptoces 
of tte extotence of such poles, towers, wires, ap- 
pliances, cradults, subways, manholes, lius, tables 
or e<^mert as shaU be from time to time reason- 
ably prescrtoed or approved for purposes of pddic 
safety by such department or agmcy M toe Ctty 
as daU have bem or may be des«natod for the 
purpine ttf tte Ctty CdmeU and permlsston to wrft- 
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i^ so to de is granted bjt swch dqiartmeirt or acwey 
or sock requirement is vaited by such ^pui- 
ment or agency. 

F. The rrairtee shall have the right to remofe, 
trim, cut, and ke^ clear of its poles, towers, wires, 
and (rfher overhead ^ifOiances and equipment, the 
trees in and along the streets, alleys, and (rtber 
public places of the City, provided it first obtain 
a written permit from the City so to do, exc^ 
is cases of emergency and further ivovided that 
in the exercise of such right, the grantee shall 
not cut, remove, trim or otherwise injure such 
'trees to any greater extent than is necessary for 
the installation, maintenance, and use of such poles, 
towers, wires, and other overhead appliances. 

G. The grantee ia the exercise (rf any righL 

granted to 8 by this franchise, staiU at no cost to 
the City, promptly reconstruct, replace, restore or 
repair any facility or service of the City, now 
or hereafter acquired, including but not limited to 
any street, alley or other public place, sewer, 
electric, water, fire alarm, police communiation 
^ or traffic control facility or any part thereof which 
may be damaged, disturbed or destroyed by the 
exercise of any such right, in a manner, wiUi such 
materials and to the satisfaction of such depart- 
ment or agency as shall have been or may be de- 
signated by the City Cmmcil and permission in 
writing so to do is granted by such d^Mrtraent 
or agency or such retpiirement is waived by sach 
departinent or agency; provided that .should the 
grantee fail to comply with these requirements, Qie 
City shaU have the right to carry out the pro- 
visions of this paragraph and grantee shall reim- 
burse the City for all eq>enses incurred In so do- 
ing. 

5. Maintenance of the System 
' A. The grantee shall at all times empliqr 
ordinary care and shall install and maintain de- 
vices or systems for preventing failures and ac- 
cidents which are likely to cause damage, bijur- 
ies or nuisances to the pdilic. 

B. The grantee shall install and maintain its 
wires, cable, fixtures, and other equipment so as 
not to interfere with the equipment of any utility 
of the City or any other entity lawfully and right- 
fully using the conduit, pole, subway or other part 
of the r^ht-of-way. 

C. Hie system shall at all times be k^it in 
good rqwir and in a safe and acceptable condi- 
tion, according to all FCC technical requirements 
and technical standards cootamed in grantee's bid. 

0. All conductors, cables, towers, poles, and 
other components of the system shall be located and 
constructed by the grantee so as to provide mini- 
mum interference with access by adjoining pn^rty 
owners to the streets and public ways nor shall 
any pole or other fixtures of the grantee placed 
in tiie pdklic way interfere with the usual travel 
in such potilic way. 

E. During ,^e term of tbis fraacUse and aof. 
renewal thereof the Grantee shall.inata^yii.,iriilita^. . , 
the City a local business office for the pniipbu " 
of receiving and resolving all complaints regard- 
ing the quality of service, etpiipment malfuactiaas, 
billing disputes and similar matters. The lacal 
business office shall be open to receive inquiries 
and complaints during iK>rmal t)uslness hours, and 

in no event less than 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., lion- 
day through Friday. In addition, the Grantee shall 
maintain a twenty-four hour answering service and 
a (palified technician on call to that service so 
that any biterf6rence with the operatioo of Oe sys- 
tem, excluding those of individual tastronMntalities 
on private property, shall be corrected immediately. 
The Grantee shall respond to all service calls deal- 
ing with the maUnnctiontag of equ^tmeot ia Uie 
possession of the sulscriber witUn twenty-faw 
(24) hours and correct malfbnctions as promptly 
as possible, but in all cases not longer tiian forty- 
eight (48) hours after notification thereof, excqit 
in circumstances beyond the coittnri of the Gran- 
tee. Grantee shall keep a maintenance service log 
which shall indicate the nature of each service 
complaint, and the date and time thereof. This log 
shall be made available for periodic inspecticm by 
Uie City Manager or his designated representative. 

F. Except in an emergency, the Grantee may 
interrupt service for maintenance and repair so*- 
vice only after notifying all subscribers at least 
forty-eight (48) hours in advance and mily during 
periods of minimum use. 

G. The Grantee is hereiiy proUblted from leas- 
ing, selling or rqniring television and radio 
receivers. 

6. Construction and Technical Standards; taitial 
Service Area; Extensicw of Service Area. 

A. Within sixty (60) days after accqiting a 
franchise, the Grantee doll submit to the FCC an 
ai^lication for Certificate at Comjdiance, along with 
all necessary sqiporting materials. Tbe City Mana- 
ger shall be given a cc^ of all documents so filed. 

B. Ilie Grantee shall commence construction 
within ninety (90) days after the receipt of a Cer- 
tificate of Compliance from the FCC. 

C. The Initial Service Areat as defined in Sec- 
tion 2 of this ordinance, sittU include all property 
within Virginia Beach north of the trace of the fol- 
lowing described line: 

Beginning at a point at the intersection of the City's 
western boundary with Chesapeake and Providence 
Road; thence south on the City's western boundary 
with Chesapeake to its intersection with Interstate 
64; thence north along Interstate 64 to its inter- 
section with CenterviUe Turqnke; thmce north along 
Centerville Turnpike to its intersection with the wes- 
tern boundary of Level Green Subdivision; thence 
soutti along the westera boundary and east stag the 
southern boundary of Level Green Subdivision to 
its intersection with West Centerville Turnpike; 
thence soith along West Caiterville Turnpike to 
its interse<^oo with Kempsville R(»d; th«ice north 
on KempsvUle Road to its intersection with the west 
boundaries of the Wood Tract and Charlestown 
SidxUviston; thence so^ akmg the west boundary 
of ttie Charlestown Srisdivisioa and geflerally KRlh- 
east akMg the south bouxtaries of the Ctaurlestown, 
Brig^loon, and Lake Christopher Subdivisioes to 
its iirtersection with Indian River Road; thence south 
ak)^ Indian River Ro^ to its intersection with the 
amriik ba— dii y at the Ri»emoirt Farms Mxttvitfom 
thence north along the south boundary of the Rose- 



Boot Faroj SdKfivlsioo an) etM aloag Recrtatin 
Drive to tts totersedion with $■!«■ Road; mate* 
cast aloa( the line itf RecrMtiM IMve ntaadedl 
to tts laterMdiai w^ PrlaceM Aue Road; ttesce 
soaHi along Prlsicess Anne Road to Its MeraceUon 
with North Landstowa Rowi; thence north along Nmrth 
Landstown Road to its intersection with Ridlaiid 
Road and the Starling Farm atbdiviskm; th«ic« east 
along Ite soolh booadary (rf the aarllag Farm Sab- 
dlvlsioB to its intersection with propoMd Caaal 
Mo. 2; theacB sontk alone ^ U»* <^ '|H«|i6s«d 
Canal No.Z to its latersectiOB witt the w«rt boodary 
vS Coloay Acres SiMivlaioa; thaaea saaa aloag 
the wert booadanr aad east tkmt the south bon* 
dary of Colony Acres Srisdlvlstoa to lU interaeetloa 
with London Bridge Ro^; tkMce nst along Loatea 
Bridge Road to its intarsacttaa with Harper Road; 
meaee nortt along Hanier Road to its iatersecttoa 
with Harper's Square siMivlaioai dwac* soirikwM 
along the aorthen boaaiiury JOdLjmlh jOcng tta.. 
western boundary (A Harper's Sqaare aad Deriqr 9m 
snbdivisi<»s, and norOi akng'tbe aortheasterabomid- 
arles id Derby Ran subdivision to its Itfersectlca 
with Harper Road; thence north aloag Harper Road 
to its intersection with Oceana Boulevard; thence 
souOi aloag Oceaaa Boulevard to its i^rseeUoa 
with Pro^erity Road; Ocace east ahng Proqwrlty 
Road to Ito iatersecttoa with Geaeral Bom Bou- 
levard; HwBM north along Geaaral Booth Boule- 
vard to tts intersection with Croalaa Road; Itaaea 
east akM« Croatan Road to its teterscctian wUh 
the Atlantic Ocaaa. "This Initial Servlca Araa shall 
include Qtt property abutting both sides of flie street 
which form tte line." 

AddtttoeaQy the Utial Service Araa shall include 
the areas re p r e aa rted by the trace of the line com- 
meadiv at the City's North Laadlag Elemaatary 
School and VocationaJ-Tedmlcal ^;h School oa North 
Laading Road aad coatiaaing eastward aloag North 
LawOig Road to its iatersecttoa with Princess Aaae 
Road; Uieace east ak»g Prlacesa Aaae to its iatar- 
sectton with Holland Road; theace aorth aloag Hol- 
land Road to aad includiag Court House Forest Stto- 
dlvlstoa; theace north akmg H(dland Road to the 
City's KeUam Hl^ S^ool; additlcmally, from One 
intersection of Princess Anae Road and Holland 
Road eastward along Princess Anne Road to tts 
intersectiM with Seaboard Road; theaM south aloag 
Seaboard Road to Its iaterseetloa wtth Lee Roy 
Drive; thoce west along Lee Soy Drive to tts 
ending. 



Ite litftial Service Ariea as described above 
exclude aay properties of Federal aad State ovaer* 
ship; however, these areas of Federal and State 
ownersh^ may be serviced at the dlscratloa of tte 
Grantee. 

Tlie Initial Service Area as described above shaS' 
be served eittier by a direct caUe line or by mic- 
rowave, attte^^ 

The Wtial Serrlee Am as deaerfted above Is 
dwwB on tbe map, eatltlad 'Initial Service Area 
MafT, which is attached hereto and aude a part 

hereof. 

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D. Wlthla the Initial Service Area, tte Graalaa 
shall accomidlsh sigalficairt eoastncttoa aad aiaka 
service availaMe throui^MMt a mlaimam at 20% 
of said area wttiibi one year after receiving a Cer- 
tificate of Comidiaace from the FCC. Thereafter, 
Hie Grantee shaQ eqnltably and reaaooably eztead 
oargiied trank cabte aad make service avallalde 
ttroa^uat at least an additional 20% at said area 
each yaar. Service shall be made avalltfde thrioBgh- 
oot Ike Mtirety of tte laitial Sarvice Ana aot later 
thaa ihre (5) yaars after ree^ of the Certlfl-' 
cate <a CoDpUaace from the FCC. As atfdltioaal 
sabscribars beeofae available wlthla the Initial Ser- 
vice Area, dae to the constmctke of new buttdiags, 
the Gntfec AaU extend «eergized trank caUe and 
make service avalUbie as eqiedltloasly as pos- 
sibte to easure that aU person withia the Initial 
Service Area have cable service available at all 
times througtoat the term (tf the tnaxMae. 

E. Ontekte tte Initial Serriee Area, tte Giiurtae 
shall aitead its jdaat and m^e service available 
as raiAily as ecoaomlcally ihd techaically feasible. 
At every s^eduled reaegotlatioa sessloa, the Graa- 
tee shall give ec«iomic and technical reasons for 
coetinuing not to make service available to all per- 
sons within the City. All persons affected by this 

, policy shall be given an (fportnnity to be heard 
at the rmegotiation sessions. When discussing this 
isme, the Cttf uA fba Grantee shall consider low 
cost coastmctton te^halqaes, variable fMstrnctares, 
ufl all otter ideas which might permit the immediate 
exteaaioa d plant and service to 100% of the pot- 
ential sul>scrR>en, bi addition to any extensioa 
arrangements Mgotiated with Uie Grantor, Oie Graa- 
tec may negotiate with poteatlal nibscriben ta 
areas of margiaal linear deaslty for an eqiitaUe 
shariag of coste to extead the cable tdevlsioa sys- 
tem into said mari^aal areas. Sa^ aegotlattoas may 
include, bat not be limited to, various levels ot 
cmstructton costs, profitability, rate of retmra, in- 
stallatiott fees, and m«ithly sabscrlptioo fe«. 

F. The Grantee riiall apente the CATV system 
and maintain all technical stan^mds as coatalaed 
in its bid and shall coiAinue to so operate ud main- 
tain tiie CATV system until such time as the FCC 
]»omulgates new technical standards Ibr CATV sys- 
tems, at which time the City Conacil aiay adavt 
sach staadards. 

G. The Grantee agrees to conform to all FCC 
tech^cal requiremnte for cable TV sjntems. , 

H. The GivBtee shall design and construct the 
plant in such a manner as to provide techidcal 
capaclQr for two-way digital communieattoas. 
7. Services 

A. The system shall initially lattvide chaaael 
allocations and {HXigrammbig services as Ud by the 
successful bklder; and said channel allocation and 
progranaiing services shall be a conditloa (rf Ow 
fi-aachise. Farther, the system riiall toitially provide 
either a mtnlmna of twenty ehaanels or a aaaiber - 
as may be reqalred Iqr tha Ft:C, vUdi aver ia 
p«^r. Pme^ - ctanel alloeattoaa reqirirad ^ 
Oe FCX are aa Idows: 

1. VKF and VHF tntMdeaat ctein^ req^rai 

by the FCC Jifi 

ii. Local Governmrat Access Ckuaael 1 

lU. E(tacati(» Ac(»ss ChaaaeL . .1 

iv. PabUc %cct^ Chaaael 1 

V. Leased Aeeess Chamel r^ulader 



B. Tha gtaatet i«raM VUi If aay dOgr tarn- 
bar of aceacs rtwanali otter ttaa hnwd dmaaels 
la aflaiad la be dfdl<jatrt lor My ptpaa In^ad- 
ii« bol aat HaiMad to. ttoaa ■■n li oaad titova, tt 
«IU Ola alang vtth tha laloraitfiaa raqrirad to 
raealve a C ari ifle rte ol C amp Baa ca a« rehired by 
SediM ? A al ttlawMwMaaraqMaitorawalver 
<tf the a^pUcattoa of tsdnal r^aWioa #47 C.F.R. 

sittoa n.ai. 

C. The opantlng r^es ertahlldcd by the graa- 
t«a for the PMic Accws, Edacattoa Accns, aad 
Leased Accan ChtHiria sl^l be ^kaitttad la tta 
Ofllea of tte Ctty Haaager lor review aad eomneat 
befmfillat Witt tte FCC. 

D. The City shall aataUlahopentiagndm aad 
proeedarea for the Local GovernmeBt Access Claa- 
nel or Channels. 

E. The graatae stall pxivide ftuic Servtee and 
ana free «rtlet to each eS the fidtowiag pid>ile 
tidllttM: aU eoarttooses, {mIsobs, ratoraiatories. 
drtnttoa eaalars, pridic hospttala,^ patten aalitn 
statkms, m^lpal offices, and pMlif achotds «*tch 
ara passed bj the CATV sjotem as dritead in Ihls 
^tibiaaea. The grantee rtall provkte servii» to aev 
eoastraetioa hereiaafter provMed f«- the above f*>- 
Uc IhdUttes. The City ol Virglala Beach reserws 
the right to prortde sarvice to priilic ttdlitles 
oetekte ol tha fraachlsed area at ite owa expense, 
tawtaHiiBg tarhalral expaasiaa axp«ses. 

F. la tte event of aa amergeaey or disaster, 
the graalea ^all, qna the reqaert of the City 
Uanagar or Us d^gnated agcat, make available 
tts tecllities to tte aty of Vli^iiBla Baach for em- 
etgcaey ase fin- tte daratton at sadh emargaaey 
or disaster .V-! 

G. Tte gnntee Shan dedicate addtttoaal Aecaaa 
ChamaU, chaanels tn- orl^natloa caUacaaUag. and 
all Ihcllitlea aad sarvices as required by tte FCC. 
1. Rates 

A. Tte lattial raddertial rates for iastalla- 
tlon, monthly t«levlsioB, aad FM radto sanrlca, aa 
well as tte initial rates for commercial and mnl- 
tiple dvelllBg subscribara, ahaU be as Ud by tte 
snccassfai Mdder aad ace^ed by Ctty ComcU 
after tts raviaw, and after a puidic hearing has been 
teld iwtor to tte award of tte franchise; inxnrlded 
ttat all Uds shall confom to the minimum ra- 
quiremente at this secttoa. 

B. Tte grantee shall aot charge a diacoanect 

fM. 

C. Tte Giatfee may ctdlact a security depostt 
Irom each aabscrUier at a rate wUch is uUfona. 

D. Chaages in rates for Basic Service shall 
te aattorixad by tte City only after coasideratioa 
at tte scheduled reaegotlatioa sestioas provided for 
la Section 3E above. Such dtanges in rates shall 
te adopted by tte City, by written resolidloa, only 
after a Pablic Hearing wUch shall te aanonnced 
Ity written notice publidied in a newspaper of gea- 
eral drcalatton at least ten (10) days before tte 
date of tte bearing. A request for a change la rates 
may te Initiated by eitter Ite Gnatee or tte City. 
Sach reqaests shaD te a Buttn- itf public rec<^i~^ 
and shall to accompanied by written Justificatioa 
for tte dtaagw. 

E. For service from either overhead w aa- 
oas^^wana v^aar uanVr^n.HW wmpi'inw v^^mm^ , 
from tte ceDier'Une ol^tte ttreet, alley or aateaiMt 
occqiied by tte feeder caUe to aay otrtlat at tte 
subserttera set exceeds 150 feet, tte Graataa auy 
make aa addftional charge aot to exceed tte actual 
direct cost to tte Graatee attributable to such dis- 
tance in excess of ISO Itet. For u nde rgr o u nd sarvice 
from an oveitead eaUe, tte Grantee may diaita, 
la addttioa to tte charge steted above, tte differ- 
eaee tietweea tte Graatee's lacurred variaUe cost 
of providbig Mde i gr o un d tadUtlcs aad tte esttmated 
eo^ of constmctlBg equivalent aerial fadlttlas. 

F. Tte Graatee may petitioa tte Ctty CoocU 
for a review of any rata, or notify Council of a da- 
sln to laitiate a aew service at any time. Coaa- 
dl nay defer Iteal aettoa on sadi reqaast aatU 
aach tlins aa In tte HaentOom (4 CoaMll wUI serve 
tte paUk laterest; provided, however, ttmt in no 
eveU shall such delay In final actloa extead more 
ttaa three (3) montte fraa tte date of any sach 
paiiUoB. 

G. Eicaiit aa providad teria, ao laadliatl Aall 
demaad or aeeept payaiant from Grantee to oehaage 
for permlttlBg caUe ttievisiOB service, oa ot wtthin 
said landtord's property or iremises. Dpoa ap- 
plicaliaB to tte Ctty Iqt a landtord, a copy of wUch 
shall te snrad tfca fke Gnaiee, tte City may ap- 
prove tte paymaat at a raaaoaable fee to ctna- 
peas^ tte laadtord fof direct eqieases attrita- 
tabte to tte iastallatloB of ttie cable televisioa ser- 
vice. Tte Giwitee shall te a necrasary party to any 
sach deteratnation and Aall te afftn^ aa op- 
porttatty to comment tqnn en- anxwe neh appli- 

9. Compaaaattoa 

A. Tte Graatee shall pay, as compensation to 
tte City, aa aaaaal fee of 3% of tte gross sabseri- 
feer rac^ita. b tte eveat ttat tt to drtaradaed 
ttat tte FCC iMfcs tte juriattettoa to Impose ttie 
3% llmttatioa oa traadtfn fees, «■ ttat tte llmtt 
is raised or tte fee basis la chaaged to allow re- 
vaaaea from otter than ^Mcrtter ret^tpts to te 
as«d la cakaUtlBg tte fee, ttea tte frandAr f ee 
shaO te subject to renepMatioB. b tte eveM ttat 
tte parties cannot agree upon a ae* trandilse fee, 
ttw matter ahaU te rataittted to aititnttoa. Aay 
resulting award shaQ te r t tr oa ^ ve. 

B. Tte Grantee Aall pay tte above fee to tte 
Cnj b quarteriy lastallmeats, such paymeats to te 
made to tte Traararer id tte City <d Virgbia Beach 
withb fiilrty days alter Oie tarter Mds, on sudi 
forms as tte Treasurer may reqalre. 

C. Each ynr during wUcb tte franchise is 
b fra«e, tte gmite shaU file witt tte City no 
Inter than fiftece days after tte actaal fil^ date 
at tte graatae's Federal taeome Tax Retoras, a 
ooB^I^ financial sttfoaeU coveriag tte graatee's 
oparatloBS, tncladbg a bataace Aeet, a ptdlt ud 
loM sIrteBent, and saci oOmt aceoairtiag stete- 
meate as may te detmahwd aeeeasary by tte Ctty, 
{ffqwrad by a Certifled Public Accoratent ucordbg 
to gantra lly accepted account!^ i»1nciples, and show- 
ing te detail i»0Bg otto- ttiags, gross reeaipts 
and paas a ibsc r tte r revanae as ddbed hM«b, 
aad tte B^ operatic pnHIt ol Am potee talag 
tte fisetf yaar oiverad bl tte natacM iUbnuaL 

D. b tte mwrt itet payawiM to aot aaide oa 
or irtM* tte i^plleiAto 4tta set b puagr^ B 
et Mi laMsa, i^wwt oa Mdk payiMat «■ por- 
ttoa ttBiaof ^Ul mxne to tte Ctty from sadi Ate 
at one pereent above tte av«i^ obbbI prima 
iitereat rate prevalltag b tte C^. 



E. No acc«9bnee of any payment shall te eon- 
AtMd as a rdrasa or as an aa»rd and satis- 
fkcttoa ot aay claim tte City may have for ftirtter 
or addttional aaats pajaUe under ttis ordinance. 

F. ItoO^ cattebed te this ordinance slaUl 
te »)BStraad to ^mm tea grantee from any tax, 
tofy «■ MsessmeU wi*;h is now or which may 
temfter te anttorind ty law. 

10. Reporto 

A. Wtthb six moatte' of tte date of ite ac- 
e^taaee tf M fmiiise. tte grasta» shaH snb- 
mtt to tte City lfaM«er a plan reflecting tte date(s) 
oa wUch Ite graatee idaas to comply installation 
ot tte CATV system wtthb tte various pai^. of 
tte Ctty. Tte City may from ttme to time, reqWre 
such ad d tt to a a l reports on the progress of constrk- 
tiOB or otter informatiai as it may deem necess«^. 

B. Cqpies of any agreements, reports, petitions 
or ottier docamente filed with or received from any 
loeal, state or federal government relating U tte 
Graatee's operations wlQiin tte aty shaU be fll«l 
Witt tte City Mam«er within five (5) days. < 

11. Books and Records of tte Grants 

A. Tte grantee shall raabtain an office in tte 
C^ for M lOBg as tt OMitlnm to operate tte sys-' 
tem or any porUoa ttereof and shall designate such 
office as tte pbce wtere all notices, directions, 
(altera, and reqaeste may te served or delivered 
under ttis ordinance. Tte City Manager or City 
Condi ShaU te ncdifled ot tiie location of suSb 
office or aay change ttereof. 

B. Tte grantee shall keep complete and accur- 
ate books of account and records of iU business 
aad opoatton nader aa to connecttoo witt tte 
(wdbaace and fraacUse. All such books and re- 
cords shall te maintabed at tte grantee's office 
b tte Ctty. 

C. Withb ten days after giving wnttoi noUce, 
tte Ctty Muager shaU teve access to all books 
of accotfflt aad records of tte grantee for tte par- 
poae of asMrtainiag tte corrertness of any and all 
reports and shall te given access to all supple- 
mentary financial aad engineering records qton re- 
quest. 

D. Any false atry te tte books of aeoHuit 
or records of tte grantee or blse sUtement in tte 
reporte to tte City as to a material fact, knowingly 
m«te by tte grantee sball constitute the breach of 
a nuterial provtetoo of tte ordinance and franchise. 

12. UabiUty for Damages 

A. Tte graittee agrees and binds itself to id- 
emnlfy, ke^, and hold free and harmless tte City 
frtan any and all liability or coste ^rtalning ttera- 
to arteing tnm any actirities terein autterised 
b that tte grantee shall pay, and by its accqrtance 
of thb fhuichise tte grantee specifically agrees that 
tt will pay all damages and penalties which tte City 
may te legally required to pay as a result of grant- 
ing thb franchise. These damages or penalties shall 
ladnde but shall not te limited to damages aris- 
ing out of eqtyrigU infr lng o m i mte aad all others 
damages arising out of bstallation, operation or 
maiateaaace of tte CATV system authorized terete 
whetter or not any act or omission complained 
^ b ! i i|9riwd , J » H ffP«lJy wohibttest,^.this fran- 
chise. ■ ',1 , - 

B. Tte grantee shall pay and by its accep- 
tance of ttb franciiise specifically agrees that it 
will pay all eqieases incurred by the City inde- 
leadbg itself witt regard to all damages and pen- 
alties amtloaed te subsection A atove. Ttese ex- 
penses shall include all out-of-pocket expenses, 
such as attorney fees, and sball also include tte 
reaaonidile value of any services rendered by tte 
City Attorney or Us assistante or any employee 
of tte Ctty. 

C. Tte gruttee shall file witt tte City, prior 
to eoBmenceBent of tte constructicm of tte CATV 
system and therttfter malntab in full force and 
effect at all times for Ite full term of the franchise, 
at tte eqiense of tte grantee, a compretensive lia- 
bility bsunnce poUcy naming tte City of VlrginU 
Bnch as additional insured, written by a company 
autterised to do business te tte State of Virgbb, 
b a form approved by tte City Attorney, protecting 
tte Ctty a^inst liability for loss of perstmal in- 
jury and property damage occastoned by tte instal- 
btion, rmoval, matetenance or operation of tte 
CATV system by tte grantee in tte following mini- 
mum amounU: 

1500,000 for property danuge, any one occur- 



$1,000,000 f(Mr iKt^ierty damage - a^regate. 
1500,000 for any personal injuries to any one 



11,000,000 for personal tejuries in any one 

occurrence. 

AdditiOBally, an endorsement shall te effected 

to eliminate tte normal XCU exclusicu. 

Tte grantee stall also flte wtth ttie City a 
onninvbeBSlve automobile liability policy written 
by a Mn^any airtterized to do business te tte State 
of Virgbb, te tte amounte set forth atove, for all 
owned aad hired vdiicles cqierated by tte grantee. 

All liability insurance required te tliis section 
shall te kept b full force and effect by tte grantee 
dnibg tte existence of tte franchise and until alter 
tte r«noval at all poles, wires, cables, UBdei^round 
condutts, manteles, and other c(»ductors and fix- 
tares incident to tte matetenance and operation of 
tte CATV system as defined te ttis ordinance. 

IS. Seoirity Fund 

A. Wtthb ttiirty days after tte acceptaue of 
thb fraacUse, tte Grantee stall depostt witt tte 
City Treasurer and matetate oo deposit ttr«^ tte 
term ot ite franchtee, tte sum of $10,000 te cash 
and te ad(tttlon shall post a construction performance 
bond te fivor of tte City of Vli^ia Beacb in tbe 
aanaai itf $500,000. Tte cash depc^tt stall serve 
as securi^ for tte fa^fal performance bf tte 
gmtee M all of tte provisions ot tUs ordinance, 
eneplbg ttK»e pertabing to coDstnictioo of tte sys- 
tem, and c<m{dlaKe witt all orders, permits, and 
(ttree&Nis 6t any ag^icy of tte City tavii^ juris- 
Acttoh over iU acts and defaults imder'ttis ordte- 
anM, and tte peymMt by the Grartee of any cbims, 
Wat, aad tates Aw tte City which arise l^ r^sm 
of tte opentttoa or mat^^ance of Vbe s^em. 
Ite conrtrvctton performance bond stall serve as 
Mcarity &M- tte faittful performance 1^ tte Grantee 
of an pTOTteiims td ttb ordinance perteinta« to tte 
cowtracttMi of tte system and stall te in such 
tmn od Witt sach surety as approved by tte Ci^ 
Attoney. Tte ^mstrnctioa performance bond shall 
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to radwad to ^ ata toertneats u anstmcttai 
reqoirraieirts are eoapMed. Upon cmnpletion'^^ 
oamanntUm u raquirai bjr tte frMchlK, tke Graa-^ 
tec MJI BiMtiB M flfcrtttaK perflsauce band 1» 
tto aaotnt ol ^,000 for tke dmtloa of the taa- . 
eiii»e. tf tke Gnatat ku iB«te all required pay- 
wmSM and tkaU kave complied witb all provUloas 
(A ttis ortUiatt», Uie City Treasurer shall be re- 
quired to pay aanaally to the Grantee all Interot 
euved IroB the uvestment of tbe cash derail 
at a rate of ooe and (me talf percmt above tbe 
average quarterly prlne rate as or before Jidy 
1 of eadi jmr lo iliich this frarckise U in diect. 

B. Wltkki thirty days after notice to it that 
any aaood ku been vitkdrawa fnnn tte seetrity 
ftiod d e po rite d powMnt to paragnph k (tf tUt fec- 
tbn the Grantee itaS pay to w deposit with tke 
City^tnMsi^r a sua A mmvMHl&emA to re- 
store sack SMsrtty tad to ttie origloal anomt (rf 
$10,000. 

C. If the Grantee fails to pay to the City any 
amfmrnXUM within the time fixed herein; or falls 
aRer ted days notice to pay to the City any tazae 
(hie aad uqidd; or tells to repay to ^ City within 
svdi ten <bya any danafes, costs or eipens^ iddeh 
the City ^all be compelled to pay by reason vi 
any act or defantt of the grantee in coimeetlon with 
this ordlBaaca or its franchise or fails after throe 
days notice Xtf tte City Manager of sach tallnre 
to comidy wttt any provision of ihls ordinance or Its 
franchise which tte City If anager reasooaUy deter- 
mines can be remedied by an eqienditare (A tte 
security, the Treasurer may iramediattiy withdraw 
the same anoant thereof, witt interest aad any 
penalttes, from tte security fund. Upon such witt- 
draval, tte Traanrer shaU notify tte Grantee of 
tte aaoait and dtfe ttereof . 

D. Tte caA ^efmVL and tte eonstmctkn per- 
formaaee bond aad operatiBC performance biMd post- 
ed por^ut to paragraph A of this SecOon shall 
bacoBse tte ivoperty vA tte City in tte event ttat 
tte fraaddse Is canceled by reason of tte default 
itf tte Grantee. Tte cash deposit shall te retained 
by the Ctty and returned to tte Grantee at tte ei- 
piration oi tte franchise jHtivided ttere is then no 
outstanding defantt on tte part of tte Grantee. 

E. Tte rIgUs reserved to tte City wttt r«- 
rpeet to tte security fhnd are in additian to all othier 
rights of tte City, whetter reserved by this ordin- 
ance m* aidtertsed by law, and no action, proceed- 
ing or esereisc of a right witt respect to such se- 
curity fkmd shall affect any otter right tte City 
may tave. 

14. Fiureetosure 

Upon tte forectosure or otter judicial sale of 

all (»■ a sd»tantial part of tte system or iqxNi tte 

termiaatlflo irf any lease covert all or a sai>- 

^■^ "Sntial part 61 tte system, tte Grantee shall notify 

^tte City Manager of such fact, and such aotlfiea- 

tk» shall to treated as a notiftcatian ttet a change 

in cootrol td tte/Gnntee has taken iriace and tte 

provisiona ci Section 16 of this ordinance, Koverning 

. Ite eoMMnt of tte Ctty to t/mtm ihiiag^ ta-eaabwl ' 

' of the Grantee shall apply. However, aqr otter m" '^ 

agreeaseat of nle (rf all (h- a siiMtaatial part oi 

tte system,' which is maite eipi^eMly subject to 

City Council approval of tte transfer of tte fran- 

dilse, shall wrt te deiHned a "sale" terennder, un- 

Vest aad mdll such City Council approval is granted, 

provhled tte Grantee or a duly constitated receiver 

or t|;us^ remains U openttonal control prtor 

to sni:h City Council approval. 



IS. Receiverrii^ 

Tte City shall tove tte right to cancel this 
franchise one hundred aad twenty days after tte 
appolntmest of a receiver or tmstee to taice over 
aad coadact tte fausine^ of tte Grantee whetter 
la rectivership, reorganisation, toaicnqitcy or otter 
actioa or vtocae^ag, oaless such receiversh4> or 
traateesh^ shall tave been vacated prior to tte 
eq^ratim of said one hundred and twenty days, or 
unless: 

1. Witta oae hnrired and t«nty days after 
Bis electton or appoiirtment, such receiver or trus- 
tee Aall tave fully (XMnplled witt all tte provlsioBS 
of this ordinance and rimedled all defaults tterie- 
nader; and, 

2. Swh receiver or triKtee within said oae 
hundred aad tw«dy days shall tave executed an agree- 
meid, (taly ^iproved \rf tte court taving jurisdic- 
tltm in tte prmiWs, wtereby simA receiver or trus- 
tee assumes aad agrees to te Ixmnd by each aad 
every provisioa tA Ms ordinance and tte fran- 
chise graided to tte original Grantee. Appcdntmeid 
of a recover or otter transfer of control pursuant 
to this Sectton shall to governed by and te tai eoa- 

' pliance witt apidicable rules and regulations of tte 
FCC. To tte extent that FCC or (Mier ^ipravals 
are required. Grantee shall assist and coc^erate 
in tte iMainifig of such ap^tnnL 

IC. Restrictions Against Asslgnaoit 

A. Ho transfer of c(»trol or assignment (rf 
tte friuchlse, tte cable televisi<» system, or any 
part ttereof shaU to effective without tte prior 
writtM MBsnt of tte City Cooncll, lAleh cons»t 
shall apt te MrsascmaUy withteU. 

B. Tte iraasert or qiproval (rf tte City Coaacil 
to WBf asrigmort, iMse, traarier, stddeaseormrat- 
gage 01 tte fraKhise granted to tte Grantee shall 
B(4 csestttato a waiver m release of tte right of 
tte Ctty ta nd to ^ streets. 

C. Tte grantee shall prompUy noti^t tte City 
Manger of aay aetaal or proposed chan^ in (m- 
transfer tA or acquisition by any otter party, d 
c(wtrol <A tte grurtee. Tte word "cortrol'' as used 

"wterela is wA limited to majority stock ownership 
but iaetades ae:tual woriu^ control in wtatever man- 
ner eim«ised. Every duage, transfer or aeqnisi- 
ttaa of coatnd of tte grantee stall make tte fraa- 
eUse sabjeet to canceUattn uless and ntil tte 
City CowcU ^all tave consented' tho^o. For tte 
purpose ol detemWng whether It shall coasaat to 
swA (Aaage, transfer or acquisttioB Ot oadrol, 
tte City Coocil may imiuire into tte (^UticatiOBs 
<A tte pn^ective controlUng party, and tte gnrtee 
shall assM tte City Caoidl in aay such Inqnlry. 
U tte City CooeO (hm not scteitale a heariag on 
tte wMn wMa Ady teys after aotf«(rftte chaap 
(H- pqpend i*aage and tte flliag of a prti^» re- 
tti &mtmk, tt ^lU to Memed to tave 
k dH ami ttat tte Ctty (^ui^ MBptt 
a moMlon imfim. Ita eoa^ aad «ch (tenge. 



traarier « a^^Won of coidrol has beea effected, 
tte Ctty CoacU may caaMl tte fraacUse ndess 
c«wtroI of Am gnatat la reared Id Its Mirtus luior ^ 
to tte ^aaga or to a status* acceptable to tte Ctty 
Coucil. 

D. Tte Grantee may mortgage or pledge tte 
grant, system, or any part ttereof, for financing 
purposes, and may eopge in tte sale of tts stock 
publicly and in acconbnee witt andicable laws. 
Aay mortgage or pledge stall to sutordlraide to tte 
1^^ of tte City under ttis ordinance and applicable 
law, and stall to subject to tte prior written con- 
seat of Coimcil, whose consent shall not to un- 
r«is(»aUy withheld. 

17. Cancellation and Expiration 

A. Tte City shall tave tte rigid to cancel 
the franchise if tte graatee fails to amply witt any 
Bi^erial and sabatantial |»ovlsion of this ordinance 
(»■ of tte grant of tte fr^chise or any r«is(wable 
order directicn or permit issued t>y any City de- 
partmmt or agraey pnrsuuit to such material and 
sdi^aatlal provisi(n or anyrnle or regulation pro- 
mulgated by tte City which Is msonaUe in light 
(A, and ctfflsistent witt any provlstoa of this ordinance 
or tte franchise; or if ttegrantee persistently ttlls 
to mmply witt any ^tnrlsion of eitter, or any 
reas(»able order, direction or permit issued. Can- 
cellatton shall to by r^ohition of tte City Council 
Italy adopted in accordance witt Ite fidlowing pro- 
c«tares: 

1. Tte City Manager ahall notify tte grantee 
of the alleged failure or peraistent f^ure 
of compliance and give tte grantee a reason- 
tide opportunity to correct such failure or 
persistent ftlture or to present facte and 
argument in reAitetlon of tte alleged failure 
or persistmt fdlure. 
11. If tte City Manager tten concludes ttat ttere 
is a basis for cancellation of tte franchise 
pursuant to paragraph A <A this Section, 
tt daU notify tte graatee tterettf . 
ill. If wiUda a reasonaUe time tte graatee 
does not remedy and/or ^ an end to tte 
alleged failure or persistent failure, tte 
City Council after a public hearing by tte 
Ctty Coimcil on notice, may cancel tte fran- 
chise if it determines ttat such action is 
mrrantod under paragraph A of this Sectioa. 

B. If Ibr ten consecutive days, tte system or 
aay part ttereof, is incqwratlve, or if tte same is 
ttoperaUve for thirty days out of any consecutive 
twelve months, tte City Council may cancel tte 
branchiae. 

C. The graatee shall not te declared in de- 
ttnlt or to subject to any sanction under any pro- 
vision of ttis ordinance or tte franchise in anyo 
ease in which tte performance of any such provisi(m 
te prevented for reasons beyond Its control. 

D. If all or part of tte streete within tte City 
are dosed ta discontinued as provided by stetote, 

then tte franchise and aU^rlgMs and privileges hera- 

under witt req^ect to ssald streets or any part 
ttereof so closed or dtscontinued, shall cease and 
desist ii|Mn tte date of the ad(i|f|im of tte ordinance 
f\nmitm mrl dtafawHaiiiiiaaiirkMraifaaiilttiarnmniOT 
Shall m te «tf}tled to (tenu«ea frwOte ^^ ,, 
dne to ttei dosiag or discontinuance of such streetf , 

or fbr taijnry to any part cA tte system in tte streets 
or for tte removal or relocation of tte same. 

E. If tte system U taken or condemned pur- 
suant to law, tte franchise shall, at tte option 
fA tte Ctty Comcil, cease and d^ist on tte date 
of tte vesttng title pursuant to such taking or con- 
demnatioD and any award to tte grantee in connec- 
tiOB witt rack taking or condemnation shall not in- 
elnde any valntion based <» tte franchise. 

F. Upon cancellation or expiratten of tte friui- 
ddse, tte City shall tave tte right to purchase 
tte system in accordance witt paragrivh G of this 
Section, and tte City Council may direct tte gran- 
tee to cease (deration of tte system. If tte City 
electe to purchase tte system, tte grantee shall 
promptly execute all appropriate docume^ to trans- 
fer title to tte City, and tte grantee shaU assign 
all oUi^ contraete, leasM, licenses, pennite, and 
aay otter righto necessary lo maintein contttulty 
iA service to tte public. Tte grantee stall coop- 
erate wlUi tte City, or such agency or person au- 
thiuised or directed by tte City Manager to (qwnte 
tte syrtem for a temporaiir period in maintaining 
omtinutty of service. NotUng terein te iatended 
as a waiver of vsf otter right tte City may |iave. 

G. If tte fraachise: 

i. is caaceiled by tte City Council by reason 
of tte Graitee's default, tte system shall, 
at tte election of tte City, become tte 
pn^erty of tte City at a cost not to ex- 
ceed 90% <A tte fair market value of tte 
system as'^a going concera, including phys- 
ical assete and totangibles. Such fair maii- 
et value, if not agreed i^on, shall te de- 
termtoed Iqt arl^ratlen as provided In Sec- 
tkw II of this ordinance, 
ii. tenninates by eq>irati(n of ite tertn, tte 
purchase price to tte City tA tte system 
shall to tte full ttlr market value as a 
p>ing eoBcera, inclndiag physical assete and 
intangibles. Such fair mariret ralae, if not 
agreed qioa, shall te determiaed iiy artd- 
tratton as provided in Sectton It of tUs 
ordinaire, 
iil. terminates by tte assvqittm of owaer^ilp 
(A tte system by tte City, tte City Coimcil 
shall mate every effort to secure tte nle 
<A tte sytfm to a person satistsctory to 
tte Ctty. ta seddi% swh a person, tte City 
Comdl diall advertise for bids and use 
such otter reasoutble and practicable mrans 
to secure a purdtaser as may te arall- 
able. 



It. ArMtratton 

4. liattera which areexineaalyaiUttahle rnter 
tte pvrlskws tA this i»ittiaace staU to ^tariaiaed 
by an Aitftratioa 9mA wUtA ri«ll eonist lA wA 
man itatn three meab^s to te auaed ^ \kt City 
Coaa^ nd tte p'^rtee. Wtere aiMrati<» to «t- 
is^MS^ aaUwris^ ^ this orttaace, tte de^stoa 
of ttw Arbttratloa Fanel shall to a (Kmdition pre- 
Mdart to ai9 OMW of actioB based on ncli«i- 
IR'^sly arWtraUe mMta's. 

Bi If tte Ctty CoweU nl gru^ agree tm a 
ttree mmsdmx panel, Ite membership shall to oae 



peraoe named by tte grartee. one member Mmed 
by tte City Cirancil, witt tte third member or |H-e- 
diHag irfO^ to to named by tte grantae's re- 
{ovsetetive and tte Coucll's r^-eMntettve adlng 
jdtaUy. If ttey fail to «ree as to tte^wMng 
(rfScer, tte presiding officer stall to^WR iatke 
same manwr as provided to pangr^ih D. (tf tUs 
Section. 

C. If tte parties choose to name a single 
memtor panel, such memtor shall to umed by 
tte grantee and tte Council acting jointly. 

D. If tte parties cannot agree as to tte ttird 
memtor of tte ttree memtor pan^ as desierlbed 
in paragraiA B of iUs So^ioa or as to tte single 
memter panel as provided to paragraph C of ttte 
Section, tten after ten (toys ncrtice on moUoa tA 
eitter party, tte court taving juristtctioo of tte 
matter to dispute stall appirtat tte menter nec- 
essary to complete tte ArMration Panel. 

E. Each party shall bear tte ntpeoses of ite 
own representative. Tte expmse <A tte third ra- 
^esenteUve staQ to berae ^aally by tte gratiee 
aad tte Ctty Council. Tte eq)ense8 of tt^ arM- 
tratton shall to borne as determined by Ite Ar- 
bitration Panel to its award » findkig, but to no 
event stall tte City te (A)l^;ed f(H- otore than oae- 
half of tte expenses. 

F. The determination of tte single menAer 
panel or a majority of a ttree memter patel 
shall te bindii« on die parties. . 

19. Day to Day Regntatioa 

A. Tte City Manager after affording tte Gran- 
tee a reasonaUe oppialunity to to heard tshall 
devise, promulgate and administer such reasonable 
rules, regulattons and procedures u may te re- 
quired to implement tte provisions of this ordinnace 
and tte franchise ordinance, or any subsequent at- 
dinance, rulii%, contract, or agreement adopted 
or altered toto by tte City Council witt regard to 
tte CATV system. Such rules, regulations, and pro- 
cedures stall to reas(Hiable and c(mfined to matters 
pertaining to tte day to day mforcement of poUdes 
adopted by tte Council 

B. In cases wtere requeste for service or ad- 
Justmente tave been Snored or unfilled for otter 
than just cause, tte City Manager shall tave tte 
powc^u^ require tte Grantee to provide service to 
response to all reasootiile reqiwste as tte City Mana- 
ger may determine. 

C. Tte Grantee may ^ipeal any (todsion made 
pursuant to this section as provided for to Section 
22 of thte ordinance. 

D. nothing to this section diall te construed 
to ad as a waiver of any otter rlghte or powers 
tte City might tave against tte GraMee for any of 
tte situations descril>ed to paTagrapta A-0 of thte 
section. 



20 Liquidated Damages 

A. For non-compliance witt any of tte fore- 
going material provisions of this ordinuice, ttere 
shall te assessed as liquidated damages tte fol- 

-imrtog: 7---: — 

i. for failure" to stdnait plans iadicatiag «- 



peeled dates of installation of various parts 
of tte s]ptem *s provided for to Section 
lO-A-tiboperday. ,^,,^, , 

11. for failure to commence operations to ac- 
cordance witt Section 6-B - ^00 per day, 
or at tte discratioa of City Coimdl, for 
each three (3) montte deUy to commence- 
ment of opeiation tte term of tte frvndiise 
may to reduced by one (1) year. 

iil. for failure to complete construction and in- 
stallation of tte system as provided for to 
Section 8-C and 6-D - $250 per (toy, or at 
tte dtecretl(m of City ComcU, for eadi 
three (3) montte detoy to tte completioB 
of constru(4iaB and tte instaUaUon of tte 
system, tte lerm of tte franchise auy te 
reduced by one (1) year. 

iv. Failure to provide date of Sections t-10 
and 19-150 per day. 

V. for peraistent failure to comply wlttreason- 
able recomm^idatlcms of tte City Manager 
relating to rates or services as provided 
for to Section 19 and Such reasonakie re- 
({ueste or recommendations as may te made 
pursuant to auttertty granted by thte or- 
dinaire - $50 per day. 

vi. for fftilure to restore tte cash deposit as 
reqtuired to Section 13B withto tte spedfled 
thirty days, tte entire cash deposit re- 
maiidiv (if any) and tte full amount of tte 
operating performance bond shall te for- 
feited. 

B. Tte Grantee shall not te llabte for any 
failure to meet any and aU of tte atove reqnire- 
mente due to Federal, Stote or local adtoa, stotute 
or ordinance, act of God, riot or otter civil dte- 
turbance. 

C. Tlie Grantee may appeal any praalty which 
it considera unreascmable as provided for in Secti(m 
22 of thte ordinance. 

21. Riri^ and Emi^meid Practtees 

Ite Grantee shall not retose to hire or as^Of, 
nor bar or discharge from emptoyment, nor dte- 
criminate agatost any person to compensatiOB or to 
terms, conditi(»s or privileges of employment te 
cause (A age, race, cxeed, cotor, national origto 
or sea. 

22. Appeato 

to tte event tte Graidee (piestions the>rsason- 
abloiess of any order, requirement, decislaB(»r otter ^' 
adion taken by tte City or shall to of tte o^on 
ttat ttie City tocks utk(»ity to take sudi acUon, 
tte Graatee skaU te allowed to appeal tte order, 
requirement, decision or otter action to tte City 
Council. Ite notice of objection and request for an 
appnl skall to made to writing to tto City Mamger 
withto two weeks <A tte (AJectlonaUe order, re- 
quiremert, deciston or otter actioa. Tte ^ectiveaMs 
<A sKh order, etc. may te stoyed by tte action of 
tte Ctty Council qxm ite recei]^ of tte KAlce of 
objection, pending tte Council's Qnal (tetoiaiitttioo 
of tte appeal. Thte stey shall aot ajfe(^aa| re- 
tractive appUcatioa of CooacUs qitoldlBg aay'sw^ 
order, dc. 
23. Sundry Provisions 

A. Every (ttrectlon, n(Mce m oHtit tote ser- 
ved tpok tte grantee shaU to sert to tts oflh^ to 
tte Oty i^ registered mall as «t^Ushed by tee- 
ttea Ilk (A ttds ordinance. Every noUce spired 
9oa tte City ^sU te (toltvered or a^ ^ regte- 
tered maU totte(^ee(rfttMC^ItaM^•.itani- 
ctoal Carter, Virgiato Beach, Virginto 2S45«. Tte 



Tte Sun, April t, 1975 - B-9 

deUvery » malttog of such notice (»■ order ahall 
to deemed to tave been given at tte time of deliimT. 

B. All iwovteions of this ordinaoce shall tif^'t 
to tte grantee, tts successors, and assigns, as sach 
may te aiiproved Iqr City Council to acandaaee 
witt thte ordiunce. 

C. Tte rigfete granted by thte ordinance are 
sabjed to all fruKhises and permite terettrtore or 
tereafter graced by tte Cooncll or by tte Cooadl / 
of tte former Ctty <A Virginia Beach to vseVbif^ 
streets of tte Ctty by otter piMic utUity or pidtlic 

-service coiponttons. It is nd intended by tte grant 
of ttds fraachise to abridge tte exercise of tte police 
power heretofore or tereafter granted to tte City 
by tte General Assembly. Tbe grant of this fran- 
chise is subjed to all ordinances and resolutions 
of tte CouncU d tte City as tte same now exist 
or nay to toreafter amended, revised or codified, 
to the lawful exercise of any otter power granted 
to tte City by tte General Assembly. 

D. ^wcific mention of tte materiality of any 
of tte providons hereto is nd idended to to ex- 
dnrtve d any otters for tte purpose d ddermidng 
whetter any fhllure d compliance tereimder is mat- 
erial and sutatantial. 

E. If aay particular section of this ordinance 
or tte parttedar application ttereof, shall to teld 
invalid, tte remaining provisions and tteir appUca- 
tioa slttU not te affected ttereby. Further, if any 
particular section d ttte ordinance or provision 
d tte franddse award te determtoad by Uie FCC 
to te improper to any reaped, tte franchise gran- 
tee te tereby prohibited from Mgotteting changes 
ttereto wtth tte FCC witbod first obtaidng speci- 
fic ^iproval to so do from City Council. Where , 
such ^iproval has nd been obtained, tte City Coun- 
cU fwqneste ddeiral by tte FCC d ite Certificate 
Award process and a retura d tte matter to tte 
City Coiffldl for ite review and an>roprtate action. 

F. Tte. grantee, qioo ite acceptance of this 
franchise, diaU te bound by tte provisions d thte 
ordinance aad aU reqionses, stetemente, and iafor- 
ittati<m contatoed to ite bid. 

G. Tte Grantee shodd conform to any mid- 
mam standards adopted by tte Virginto Pd>Uc Tele- 
commudcations CanaeW pnrauant tosecti(» 15.1-23.1 
d tte Counties, Cities and Town stetutes (Code 
d Virgiato), eq)ectoUy ttose referenced to ChiMiter 
in (rf tte "Master Stote Plan for Public Telecom- 
muaication'' which rder to tte jurtodidioa of Com- 
mlttee(8) d Educational Intereste and/or leased 
*Commonwealtt Chaanel(s) access," except to tte 
extent thd such standards are pre-en4>ted by rules, 
regutottons, and policies of tte FCC. 

H. All new FCC rules ttat are applicable to 
each and all of tte (^rations of any franchise 
granted under tte terms of this ordinance, shaU 
to adopted by City CouncU and made a port of this 
ordinance withto one (1) year of passage by FCC. 

24. Landtord-Tenant Relationships 

Absed agre«nente to tte corirary: 
- A. If a tenant wistos to obtato service from 

^^jtta^Gndee and tte landtord of tte premises does 

nd desire service, tte tenad may, 190D furnishing 
wrttten permisston from tte landlord and iqx» 
paymed ol aU coste and assumption d UabiUty 
tor tatore paymoit of ^ coste aad service, re- 
ceive serrtcfetrott tte grantee. ='-' ^ 

B. If a tenad does nd desire servtoe aa^ tte 
landlord wistes to tave an ouUd instaUed to tte 
^vieatises, tte landlord may tave such (wUd or ovt- 
lete iastaUed to tte premises upon tte giving d 
notice to tte tenant of tte time and ptocedtte 
aetaal instaUaUon, witt aU coste to te tone by 
ttelaadlord. 



Adapted by die CouncU d tte City d VIr- 
gtliia Beaeh oe day of—^ ,1975 

March 26, Apr 2, 9, 16 4t 



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QVICK CHECK 
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AiwotmcEMEirrs , 

Sun Shine Ads .-....-.. 'i 

Special Notices . ■. 2- 

Lost and Found 3 

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Card and Thanks 
Monuments - Borul Lots 
AUTOMOTIVE 
Automobiles for Sale ■ ■ • 
Trucks-Trailers-Jeeps • 
Auto Parts, Repairs 
Motorcycles-Scooters • • . 
Aircraft for Sale, Parts 
Boats, Marine Siqylleg -: 
Utility Trailers 
EMPLOTMEirr 
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Positions tl^eil 



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Business Oiiportimlty 15 

Wanted To Buy Business 16 

Socks b Bonds 17 

Mortgages and Umos . >w ■ . ■ ■ %, . . .., ■ .^. •• • ■ - li 

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Local Instruction Classes r-.Tl-jj 

Music -Dance-Dramatics M 

Private Instmctioo 21 

PETS-LIVESTOCK ' . , 

Dogs, Cats, and OOwrPets 

Pet Services 

Horses-Cattle etc. ■ • • 

MEHCHANDISE 

Articles for Sale 25 

Antiques 26 

House Hold uoods .°. ......... . 27 

Garage Rummage 2t 

Wanted To Buy 29 

Musical MerchanQise 30 

Coins and Stamps 31 

Jewelry A Watdies 32 

Good Things To Eat 33 

Firewood 34 

Lawn and Garden 35 

Farm Equipment 3g 

Machinery-Tools 37 

Building Equipment 

Business Equipment . . 33 

TV Radio „ 

MOBILE HOMES • • 39 

Mobile Homes for Sale 40 

Mobile Homes for Rent 41 

Mobile Home Sites ,[[ ," ' ij 

REAL ESTATE FOR REHT 

Rooms-Board , 43 

Resorts-Hotels 44 

Apartments for Rent 45 

Houses Furnished 46 

Houses Unfurnished 47 

Farms and Land for Kent 4< 

Out-Of-Town for Rent 49 

Wanted To Rent 50 

Office-Desk Space forReot 51 

Industrial for Rent 52 

For Rent or Sale • • • 53 

HEAL ESTATE FCm SALE 

Business Property forSale 55 

Farms-Land-Timber 56 

For Sale Norfolk 57 

For Sale Va Beach • S( 

For Sale Chesapeake 5g 

For Sale Portsmouth 60 

Resort Prcqierty for Sale 61 

Out-Of-Town for Sale 62 

Lots for Sale 53 

Wanted Real Estate 64 

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499-SS49 



ART, MOLDBIG. AlID HT- 
drocal plaster for art work. 
627-2396. Whitehunt, Bla- 
asii^bam Corp. 
S-2-5 



CANDY THE CLOWN - Now 
has openings for birthday 
parties, grand (qienings, 
promotkHials, Call Don 
Hedcer, $87-3697. 
8-3-12 



MKL 

TAXORVICE 

YOUR taxes done 
In 'YOUR HOME!" 

Spedalizlng in all forms of 
Itemised DedacUons 

We come to YOUR HOME- 
SAVING your time and gts! 

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LOST, GOLD OMEGA 
. wrist watch - Ladies, lost 
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1964 CHRYSLER - NEW- 
PORT, Aotomatic, {ood 
condition. 3200. CaU 482- 
2906 



VEGA - 1973 Hatchbad, 
4 speed, excellent condl- 
U<«, 11,800. or best offer. 
CaU lor information 587- 
2607. 
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1971 VOKESWAGON - Su- 
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$960 Call 547-3540 alter 
6 p.m. 



VOLKSWAGENS 
Large selection ot osed 
Volkswagens, most models 
most colore. 100 per cent 
guaranteed. Bankfinncing 
crei ipproved by phone 
VICTORY VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Victory Blvd. Porte. 
397-1216 



Omrr GAMBLE OM ^SSED 

cars! 12-moath, 12,000 
mile warrently guarantee 
on all late model used 
cars. Like baying a new 
car with a used car price. 
No hidden dednetUdes. 
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Franklin, Va. 



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person and persons on pen- 
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income. Write Mr. HndsoB, 
6159 Va. Beach Blvd., Nor- 
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WE NEED YOUR HELP! 
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brick layer to help lay 
bricks for our church on 
a volunteer basis or for 
a small salary. If you are 
interested you can call for 
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Ow gnaraatee dries sweaty 
fttiu. 12-moath, 12,000 
■He warranty gnaraatee on 
an late model osed cars. 
Lik* koylng a new ear with 
a aaed car price. No hidden 
dednctlbles. Only at 
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- am - Opel, Fraiftlte. 
Va. 



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Over 7 years experience. 
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sharing, vast promotion, 
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Selling Subscriptions on 
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Men or women with auto- 
mobiles are needed in 
Chesapeake, Knotts Island, 
Princess Anne, Virginia 
Beach and snrroHidiag 
areas. Delivery sterts 
about May 2. Send natne, 
address, age, telephone 
number, type of airto. in- 
surance company and 
boars available on a post 
card to D.D.A. Corp. Box 
999, c/o Byerly Pnblica- 
tlOBS, P.O. Drawer 1327, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320. 



"An Equal 
loyer. 



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LOT CLEARIRG, GRAD- 
iag. laadaraalnt. Rich. 
Black Tor SoOui Saad. 
FUl Dirt. DOZIEB EM- 
TERnOSES. 464-1601, 
583-9482 nigbte. 
8-2-20 



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wkcB eoofetef oayw araagf ; 
Iqr nslag UjMfllflaiewwa » 
tor yow pote. Food cooks • 
tester aad uaas less teel. ; 
Save moMy with a km-.* 
cost Classified Ad to hoy, * 
sell or trade. • 

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PIPE - USED V BLACK 
tna tahairiied. large «p- 
aatttea, S43-S104. 8 A.M. 
to 4:30 P.M.. Mob. ttra. 
Sat. 
8-3-19. 



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LABRADOR RETREIVER 
poppies - AKC Re^ster- 
(d, 7 weeks old, all shoU, 
all black, males k females, 
$100., terms available 
340-3092. 
S-4-9 



TOP SOIL - BLACK FER- 
tile tnm Greeobrier. Sand 
and FiU Urt. Lot clear- 
ing and grading. Phone 587- 
•077 or 587^^0234. 



ASTMNIff. AIT 



I 



ST. BERNARD PUPPIES 
12 weeks old, A.K.C. Re- 
gistered. Sired by Champ- 
Ion. From $115. and qp. 
Call 486-5»U. 
S-4-9 



14-Paaitloas Wanted 

EXPERIENCED BOOK- 
keeper will keep books at 
home. References. 
CburcUand area. Call 484- 
6299. 



PUG PUPPIES - FAWN, 
A.K.C. Registered. Cham- 
Irim blood lines, healthga- 
arenteed. Will take Mas- 
ter Charge. CaU tor in- 
formatiOB 497- 1876 or 490- 
2548. 



Virginia - CarolliM 
Tlr« Co., Inc. 

Tlw Striaght Talk 

TiraPaopla 

«3 No. BatUefleld Blvd. 
(at Oak Grove Cbes.) 
Ptamr 



IS4T-1IS7 



RMWIfl 
WANT II 



CarfaiilartmNMclr: 
a 8Nbl8r 8iM artbt, 4M : 



an Mm far ttik S 
■M ii iip U I H 88 ; 
■aapn If ttt TinMiBii * 
■wt8n It tti Mr. 
T«M Mctaal 

tWjf. 1M J8l8, 

l«M 8ii aellH 88 1 

Ml M8ltf8 to ra a 

•airs li i laai Iniii \ 

■MMtbqrfliiMtalM. * 




NEWX»S 



ll-Boate, Marine SoRdtos WAITRESS - HOSTESS 



SANDBLASTING - Boat 
Trailers, and Machinery. 
Free Estimates. White- 
tarst, Blassingham Corp., 
403 W. 24th St.^ Norfolk, 
627-239« .4rf»s:3iV.i' ?w . 

S}2-26 l-sK'fr^-^: J- -■ 



3 



1$-Help Waated 



SALES - NO INVEST- 
ment, no delivery. Call 
for information 424-1198, 
424-3939, 424-4361 
S-4-9 



EXPEWENa 
PREFERRE D 



WILL SET WITH OLDER 
pe<9le by day - so yon can 
have day off. Phone 421- 
9410 



Will train in new position, 
$610 month guarantee. 
Must l>e able to start work 
iBuaediatly. This is.aol. 
restaurant work. CaU 499- 
2783. 



EXPANSWN OF STAFF 
creates opening for ex- 
perienced advertteiag steff 
aalesman. Many benefits 
and an excellent opportm- 
Ity. Byerly PnbUcatioas, 
547-4574 Ask for Mr Bly. 



TWO HAIRDRESSERS NE- 
eded. Experienced pre- 
ferred. 55% - paid vaca- 
tion The Little Beauty Sho- 
ppe 484-7222 



CLUBS - CHURCHES, 
make money for your spe- 
cial projects. Sell sub- 
scriptions to your home- 
town newspaper. High 
commissiOBs. Call for in- 
formatioa: Mr. Brown 486- 
3430. 



- WANTED - 

One Machanlc to (^rate 
Bear Frame Machine. Ex- 
periMce apply only. Ask 
for Tom Viracoia 

497-2494 



MASSAGE GIRL 

* 175 WEEKLY 

GUARANTEE 

No experience necessary, 
will trate 18 or over. Bus- 
iness Man's Massage A 
Health Spa. 857-5018. 



EXPECTAN MOTHER - 
Would like someone to help 
with infant and light boose- 
hold duties begiuiing mid 
May. Live-te or days part 
time. Kings Grant Afea. 
Call 340-0519. 
S-4-9 



10 WOMEN 
AND MEN 
WANTED 



Local concern now hiring 
for good payii^ jobs, plus 
company benefits No ex- 
perience necessary. For 
appointment Call 499- 
2763. 



EXPANDING OUR Bus- 
iness - Need peoide with 
managenent ability. High 
tecone potcotial aad pro- 
fit sharing. For app^t- 
meat call 340-3606. 
8-4-16. 



PLtASANT WAY TO 
EARN - As aa Amway dis- 
tributor of aationallyknowB 
products inyourownneigh- 
boiteod if yoa wish. We 
train yoa. Call 486-0626. 
S-2-26. 



LOOUNG - for 10 1 
that woold Uke to do part 
time work from their home. 
499-3065 for appointment 
only. 



PART - TIME, 2 IN- 
divlduals needed for sales 
and service at a Virginia 
Beach appliance store. $5. 
per hr. profit sharing, 
evenings and 1/2 day on 
Saturday. CaU Mr. Mil- 
ler after 10:00 AM. 486- 
8632. 
S-4-9 



ExceUaat Opportaatty! 
Are yoa getting pnkl what 
yoa thiak yoa're worth? 
Retired allltary or otter 
V^. praterrad for tUs 
type wKfc. 10 a.m. - S 
pm. Hob. - Fri. 313-0172 



BABYSITTING - MY 

hone for working mothers. 

Any age, fenced yard. $25. 

,gy^^^Be«*a™.. 

8-4-9 



MANAGER FOR HOTEL- 
or motel. 

25 years experience in 
world's leading and fin- 
eat resorts. Age 48. Call 
•04 - 239 - 3173 or 
write 5613 White Oak Dr., 
Lynchborg. Va. 24502. 
S-3-Z6 

WILL BABYSIT AND 
boose keep in your home. 
(Cburchland Area) Refer- 
ences. Call 484-3454 

■ PBUMOAL I 



OFFSET PRINTING - IF 
you want a newspaper or 
circular printed the eeoo- 
omical offset way, cbedc 
with Byerly Publicatlxs. 
Lowest prices in Tide- 
water. Composition ser- 
vices. Call Gene Wen- 
dorf - 547-4571 or Nor- 
ris Bly 627-5020 for no 
obligation quotation. 



IS-Bosiaess Opportunity 



BEAUTY SALON A COS- 
metic Stodio - Going bus- 
iness, 6 operator sbcq) in 
Birchwood area. SeU to- 
gether or aeparately, 340- 
3230 Days, 490-0461 
NigMs. 
S-3-26. 



n 

1 — iKu c now l 



81 -Private testraettoa 




BNnrs 

■OUTIOUI 

Uyrs. 



•10 a Up 



MEMBERS OFMATKmAL 



547.1000 

la WAYNE A»a. 
(NEXT CM 



Ct) 



^^ 



»-Artietes for Shle 



SWIMMING POOL WHO- 
lesaler - Must dispose of 
1974 pools in stpdi, sac- 
rifice price ford^perate- 
ly needed warehoose 
space, brand new swim- 
ming po(4s iBclndes, deck, 
feace, filter, and war- 
rently. 31 X 16 over all. 
$895. instaUed. Call ware- 
house collect days> 
enlng, ask for Rotp' 
499-5859. 



MEN- WOMEN 

Soldiers 
JIVanted. 



At you know, we need good, young people who 
want.lo serve their Country. We need tome to serve 
it in the United j^e^Army. 

Army life itnot lorliveryone. You may get up early 
in the morning, work hard aH day. and hit the tack, 
dog-tired, long after the sun het disappeared. 

But for those who are up to the discipline Army IH e 
demand*, the rewards are great. Job training. Good 
pay. Travel, in-service educational opportunlKet. 
And a chance to grow at an Individual. 

If you're interetted, give ut a call. We think you'H 
be a better perton for it 

Cil 
Army OpportunWet 

647-7000 

Jein the people who've joined the Army. 



10 COMPRE8SER8 - AM- 
oala aU swttehea conaacl- 
ad. 3 Steel Racks. Om 
weather tower (aew)to cool 
Machiaes. WUl seU to- 
getter or sqtrate. CaU 
627-1862. 



BEDROOM SUITE - MA- 
hagony - medium shade - 
bed, dresser, chest on 
chert mirror, night stand. 
Perfect eoadition. $aw.00 
1 48S-9ia). 



INSTRUCTION CLASSES' 

Nurses Aides - Orderlies - 
Oak Hill Medical Traial]« 
School, Grert Bridge. 547- 
S1S6. 



CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Week goarant^d sa- 
lary. No eqierience neces- 
sary. 

857-5011 



SILENT MONEYMAKER 

If collecting money frtNn Electronic Video Game 
machiaes tttat will be pUeed oa locatioo by oar com- 
paay te yoar area appeals to yoe — answer tUs ad — 
Oar cocktail tennis table pemite 1-. 2-, or 4-pIayers 
aad earalags are excellent. Technical et^crience is 
not rMpdred. If yoa lave good references and are 
willing to make a cash lawstmest as shown below. 
we wUl show yoa the "SUeat Moaeynaker.' 

Minimain: $2,500 Plan 2: $12,S>0 

naal: $7,500 Plan 3: $25,000 

Send sane, address, and phone mnber to: W.I.N., 
lac., 6900 E. Camelback Rd , Suite 310A, Scottsdale, 
Arisoaa 85251; or call: E. Coulter, 211 Glen Echo 
Dr.. Norlntt. Va. 23505; Phtae 804/588-3537. 



SPORTSMAN'S 
PARADISE 

(2 mi. so. (rf Great Bridge) 
law S. BatUefleld Blvd. 
Chesapeake 

C.CLowery, owaer 

Check & Ckxnpare! 

JM DANDY 

RATION 



50 bs t8** 



25 bs. 



•4ee 



WE ALSO have ta stock: 

Uife sctedioa o( dog 
ecUut (aam tegs laela- 
daA. 

^py ^ Sag HatfietaM 
Tana FkalHgMa 
Rite fighto A puH 

Cartiide U^rts A parte 
Servus (3/4 Boote) 
OtaMt}! 
Caiftart avotalk 



482-1377 



AUCTION 

RARE AMERICAN ANTIQUES 
A COLLECTOR'S ITEMS 



MateoftteUte 
KaOartee G. Gayle 
Virglate Beach, Va. 



Sale to be held te the 



Aim B. SlMparchDorfM, 
Virginia BMch. Va. 



Tuaaday Evaning, 
April 15th. 1078 

Wadnaactoy Morning^ 
AprU 16lh 1075 



7:30 PH. to ieH» P.M. 



10:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 



Wadnaaday Evanhig, 

Aprfl 16ttl, 1075 7:30 p.m. aatU aU te aold. 



Iterc Americas Antiques, Rare Cherry Queen Anne 
ffighboy, Slaat Top Desk. Pewter Cqiiward, Grand- 
fitter dotk, Chari of Drawers, Fine Tester Bed, 
Windsor Oain. Hantewktte Inlaid Card Table A 
Maqt oOw Period Hccea of Famltare, Klric Re- 
poasae Flatware A Tea Set, Fke laaeas. Orien- 
tal Sags, MriaaM, Serves, CryataL UoKiges. Capi- 
de-MoaU, Pewter, Saadwich Glass, Overlay. Lustres 
A Many other Hems. 



ALL TO BE SOLD WmiOOT RESERVE 



SALE CONWJCTED BY 



Bozwth QaNriaa 
EXHBITION 



Toesday, 
5:00 P.M. 



iM>ril 15th. IfIS From 10:00 A.M. to 






W.F. ARTOP, ffl A GERALD L, BALLANTYHB,« 



LUNCH AVAILABLE 



TERMS-CASH OR cmOf 



1 



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■*P^^9^"^^ 



'W^ 



■ ^ P P » 



^ ^ F ' I 



I^P »||^^| 



/7£i4Z. EST>4 f E 



MMto 



n-rwiitew. 



H-rertotoCkM9MriM (l-BMwt Proptrlr fw Sala ti-R«i4»t Proper^ lor fate 



'ADUtlOHS, REMWLQfG, 



La 



Taylor ikos. 
R««lty 



REAL ESTATE 

mi-tENT 



Cedar Grw 

•MrW* WWW 

484.4$42 




tnVQWWMa CiweM 

Fwr tatowMi teMi mek m a tea* 

iirirHM* fceoM tM aHWjr rem, ew- 
Iwq ilr, dtit wuhir art PcrwMri 

• t or IB logt ^«tt. 

CALL PRAM LAimOl VS^-VOA ar 




BfALTY 



kn. 

I. V*. zssai 



•rotonacKEStiLTs 

CAU. 
424-3720 





Portaneulh't LoroMt 
Strfw Orgmxation 

4805 

Portsmouth 

Blvd. 




nivjuunt ««-<' 
Mufumcom: 'W-sm 

BEHWnrnELO «4-MS 
KmnEKNTELL 4H-04IM 



Taylor Bret. 
fteoHy 

|te4fynil 



■ wMiy wpoM 
CMiorGrov* 



484.4542 






WXMS OK AVAUm ■ 4 
tte «ttnu, H3,«0 firm, 

S.4-S 



tai, by (Nra«4 aid M'«, 



rM SALE - AVAL- 
« %mA, KiU DMil Mwtk 

Will, tvt fasr Milojt- 
B«rt or tor inmiiDtit. 
Call m.-tin 



M-IUMtoHM^fwftto 



mnA fm kali wa- 

tR> «ta« riiRW, R. C. - 
1^ . 2 iMdrom BQUle 
feme 12 X SO M Bte« 
M. Mew «wU A pnip, 
Mv mtvr for beattiK, 
ntan^, etc. <m« ear- 
|rt, ^ecDairt eomUtion) 
rr^ ri^tt. «k-wn af- 
M- fM - \\m P.B. 



41.|MUaftMMtelMt 



1«» TIAILER - 50 Ft., 
2 lM*«on«, 1 1/2 Iwtts, 
SM to 1^ ea lot «itk 
mwiiitf (rf Miapwi^ 
S Hocte from beach. Call 
«a-1707 alter 5 P.H. 



H-raoM-lMd-'ftater 



(UMAPIASB«1Ha7nW 
BraKlL } tadiWttlirM 
vwA, 2 teteSMM, 2 or 

ti«i^. le^flOlb «4-IH0. 



n-Por 1^ 



roooi, **Mo \*m». Flr»- 

1^:5^. Can 5OT-51W 

Ifoa^idi. 
S^29. 



ITOLFtRAM PLAMTA- 
tim - AcK wsodid watcr- 
frert, LatfeSbcdraontrl- 
level, 2 1/2 batka. (iw, 
flr^a», perch, patio, 
tHMd. ^ral Ur. «i- 
SMS. Noi^Ms. 
S-4-2S. 



«-F«rWa 



CAPE STOH MEA. Vm- 
gita B«Kli. te hooaM 
frw> Ito b^p aad a liaaa- 
tttri. taadu Cat*, eosy, 
M(i«aMtaa.«l-0«M 



WOODS OF AVAUMI - 2 
j^togf, 4 bednxMDs, 2 car 



PH^, 



M. Kaajr extra*. 
By oapoer, 4M-2472. 
S-4-23 



SaveOdbrs 



UB 



bMtt^ traaqoiMioa, 
r Pwnrtovn. 7W* 3 
BedroM Brick RaDehhaa 
na heat, hie lot. Tree* 
Fa- detaila - Call Ifenr 
OUD, 420-312t) or 420 
14KH IBGGWS BEALTY 

REALTORS 



HOLIDAY ISLAND, N.C.- 
CaaipiBC lot in oU section. 
Boat access to Sound. Wa- 
ter, electridtf, liath- 
itMHBS, Bvimniaa pool, 
taaria oonrt, di£. 427- 
W20. 
S-4-2S. 



LAKE GASTOll, VA. - 1 
acrt wooded waterfrort, 2 
hrs. drive, raderground 
telQ^Kne,. electricprivate 
pavtd road, ttoat ramp, will 
diirtde, 499-621t. 
8-4- 2S 




WAYSeeMANOftl 

3 badraoa wMli i^ to 
wall orpet, eaitfrti air, 
(iMMdiate po aaaa itoB ). 
m DOTLE * coMMJnr 
486-7695 



4 Bedroon, 2 Bath, Bridt 
Safldi, DeawttfePto^aee. 
(^Btnl Air, Lufc Cor- 
a«r Lot M Lake, Prtet 

m.soo. 

r,iia»t.<HM 



^al^lor bqr- 
tfia, adlers, rairtera, Bad- 
en. Oac dUcillad ada 
in yiwr coam—Hyae^a- 
piya- to hit Ihft tariat of 
p^aaUal praape<^ lajNW 



CAMPSITE roa SALE - 
Holiday Islaml. HunUi«, 
flat^, 4swimffliag pools, 
etaUmi%^ pla^roHod, 
ino. dowa awl assome 
nraidhly paymentsof $35 SO 
CaU 420-4W1. 
S-4-23. 



IS-Oirt^O<-Town ior Sale 



rUMB}A - SANTA R(BA 
County oaCiUf CMSt, oMr 
the City of Pensacoli. Eq- 
uity and take ovef^y- 
fflfflts, 153. montbly orpay 
off total 14,800. 484-9347. 
S-4-23 



t3-Lota for Sale 



GROAT AM BEACH - SEV- 

Ufal f rrff Tirif art ' 

Tenss, 2 across from 
Lake ChriatiDe. Call Geo- 
rge Badran 622-0734, or 
583-1844. 
S-4-9 



4]-B«MH-Board 



MARE HOME - WOULD 
IBw worUac wonan bi 
dawe wMft aaoie. Kefer- 
MiMa ^eqldred.(IBdlaaia- 
ver Rd. Area.) S43-5CS1 
aflcrSp.Bi. 

4i-A8art«wto ter Bert 

t * S BQMOOM APTS - 
GcoiBe VaaUagtM Vwy. A 
lyiawrtM Rd. Clpse to 
wSmA A all Aues. Phoae 
^7-980 



FURinSHED APART- 
iB^a - 1 aad 2bedreQa 
twtr CkMleeeau, 8M 
Stt Btlae »KMk: Ave. 
l^^.taMad. Urn 
rrtM, mdoy aad math- 
./^12, oreaU 



ItMlyi 




/s PrQu6 

To 
Introduce 



"RANDY' FLOYD 

A Cheaapwke Native who will be happy to aatist 
aU Us tiieads old aad new with their aeleetlon 
of a: 

StarHn 



Tonomto 

Lioniry 98 ff«00ficy 



8-4-9 



Rafaaey olds wUl he awvtnc to Greenbriar Devel- 
opnart ti 1300 WUtary Bgity. ctuner ParUsmert 
Dr.lqtSqit. LISTS. 



827-292S 



4f22GranbyStn9t\ 



LOANS 

FOB Aire 

V08THWBILE PURPOSE 

NOTE and AUTO 

Itorfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

rOCAUY OWNED 
ANDOPeUTED 
482-3381 

142 BATTLEFIELD BLVD. 
WILStMf SaOPPiMG CEMTES 



SHXNOW 

APPRAISALS MADE 
ESTIMATES GIVEN 

4Ma Wt C Ali*i|iid >974«l 



l-Ut* 



:homeservices 





TWWATa IttUKNOGKAl imOKtHS. IMC 

MCIMIDK.NEA(..K,«LO. 

IMMflH.WHI1E.IAa 

IJMI ni l — ni n fttin n -TT t — ~"— - — 



tm Moa t x MLwnut 



I Air CoattUeaiiv * Heat- 
iai . CaU e>-M44 



raoFEaaoRAL caspf^ 

rt ttelaw. 



tn-4m. 

Vl-21. 



BMX BAT WnjiOBLL- 
htc * Data of Aijlow 



IITLUAA F. BLAIR, M.O. WLUAM R. LAMB, M.D. 

PnetteinKaa 

B/iSrWti VIIUMNIA Iffi&ICAL-PSYCHUTRIC 

aSociates,ltd. 

are pteaaed to aanooaec the aaaocialfaM of 



t^uxm ADomoiK - 

lOfWCULl - aK^thm 

• teaary, alao affltariUab- 
im. ysa ibilih taaide. re- 

• pa^ of all ktada, Taylor 
' CcMatncUoa, 547-»K. 



CCMKRETS VOW - 1S< 
pera«. B., aoat loiie. all 



« 



WAU^itfaUG - EZ- 
pnt cr ritw a awhtB , gmt- 
Hiead «aMly, k«c aatt- 
aatfcs aad reaaoa^ rtf- 
es. m-n», <Hr 9a-M» 
B. noaliiw. 



.J 



• «AU. TO WAU. CABTBT 

• BooiiasBKai 

-* amtcmwmtiUJawm 



CAIKTTOWN 



TERiailUTESBALLrr 
talrn to ^ehaai yowavca. 
YiM Mate hel tf y«M allow 
aa tntn to antert tatfvr 



opaaiai o*w Am- laed- | 
IrMB Uuta. Van teow tt V 



UaOf. Dnat teow tt 
oal . . . a^ it with a 
OuMladAd. PtMaeS47- 

«m. 



InUI Maa at 

**OMwaft Bulge to -■ ««•. 
I'grtoayra ai I 

I^Cmmic THa, Mek, *l 
|noek«e(k I 

! We^eeittaehi ! 

{ B. H. BLAC K { 

i MM4W m-nn \ 

lAMrraiE EVBOIGSj 



M7. 



1^ 




NJkCK 
BROTHERS 



BaUdera 



CaatTMton 
GaraBcBaiMMV 



Ra(da -Caiporta 



CAa ANYTIME 
545-7318 

B«k E. Black, Sr. 
llJbFiikAvcaae 
?a. 




IIEDICAI, TOWER 

Rorfatt. Virslida 
«V-46SI 



523 BOUSH STREET 



Norfdk, Viifi^ 
827-2122 





20 Years 

Of Rock 'n Roll Hits! 



^^icf Grecrt Local N»w$ 




P 



FM 92 

HESAPEAKE, VA-CURRITUa, N.C, 



raac n 



iNOUSniAl A 

coNsmicnoN 

KHmMMTWirAL 

543-57^3aWaUan •Airi 

•FoUNs •%awiHMMn 
•pcNMs •Chciin Sows 
•hmpa 

f333 Baliibrl|lg» Blvd. 

NORMAN OEAHAMX. 




NEW and BEAUTIFUL Prestije Coimnaalty toChjsa- 
peake olferi« BOME SITES For Bttildiag and CUS- 
TOM B(»CE8 For tele. 

Oaly 4 Ifilaa Fnna Doaatowa R«H-Mk Miaatea to 
Great BrWce Coamtfert to lat. 64 

VUit This New Elegant DnrelapBieBt.See the Fine 
Booses Mow Uader CoartrwstioB By ladivldaalCiatoB^ 
talldera or The Lovely SitM tor the Htwe Yow 
ArePlaatfng. 

Ctty Water aad Se««- SOME WOODED HEW ENTRAN- 
CE Georgetowa Blvd. At MUitary Highway ^or la- 

li^SMUcai Call 



464-9317 




C&L 



LANDSCAPING, 

IK. 
5451 ^ME OB. VA.BEACT 



PLANT ASIA NWSERY 

COMPLETE LINE ! 

Al TypM Of : 

.MAMTENCE 
YEAK - nOUMD ^RVKE 



2 FINE WATERFRONT 



F«r salt 4M- 18BM at CAMOEN: POINT 

ISWNIES Willi deck f aciHHM fer fIsMng 

. _ bMting ia Albtmarle Smimi: 

|(1) Rondatta IM sq. ft. witti 2 tedrooms, 

baMveMi, terga Hviag-iUntag roam, 

iarga da^ $174M tarnisiMd for 

bnymt *» nMva mIo Ms tot, fluanchis 

mnKUUk HaHtBl tomtated $ISt a 

Ct) SraMl^^iMa^ wdtk 3 baifraanSf 2 fwil 
battn, Iarga Hviiig reMi, wnll to wall 
carpath^, deck and privafa dedc. 
Sala $3S,aM witli favorabia financing. 
Rantol sno menMi. 
TN«»iy ap a r tl a s ara loailad n niilas 

|m^^ E^A^ Ctty Md a ena kavr 
lAvM^wt ^^^la, PortaflMirtk ar 

Mgirira Mr. and Mrs. Caatrill at 
jCan^an Point Stwras (fl9) SH-^tM or 
[Mr. Ka^ at ANMmarIa Raatty In 
(Virglnta Baach, 3113 Pacific Ava., Tal. 
fCM4) 4MMM1. 



Sh^ one of tiK best 
secretaries in town- 
and she has a secret. 



Slw'» iooldng for a diffMwnt |obl She s 

quietly checking the "help wanted" 
otIuttwk of (Your Paper). She keeps 
her job hunting a private, personal 
thing — and the oidy way to reoch 
her, and other cream-of-the-crop em- 
ployees like her, is with a o^npelling, 
ccxnplete "help wanted" od. 



GALL 



486-3430 



or 



547-4571 



_A 



mimmmmmmmmmmmmt 



wmmm 



B-12- The Sun, April 9, 1975 



Cast wins laughs 
in Cavalier farce 



The Cavalier Dinner 
Tbeater has scored an- 
other hit with their most 
recent offerii^, "No Sex 
Please, We're British." 
Despite a plot that is es- 
sentially silly, this one 
has got the audiences cha- 
rmed. 

In the story, a newly- 
married English couple 
has moved into an apart- 
ment over the bank where 
the husband works. They 
have ordered some knick- 
ts^ from a Scandina- 
vian Imports Co., but in- 
stead of glassware and the 
like, they get a steady str- 
eam of porno flicks, raw 
books and pictures of peo- 
ple doing unlikely exer- 
cises on trampolines 
While this kind of mistake 
would be an adult book 
store owner's dream, our 
couple panics and contin- 
ually botches up their at- 
tempts to dispose of the 
shipments. 

The premise here, that 
any couple, let alone an 
English couple, would lose 
their heads over such a 
problem is the single ma- 
jor flaw to this script. 
After the Christine Keoler 
affair, and more recti. ily, 
'he publication of Prime 
Minister Gladstone's dai- 
ry, one would have thought 
the myth about British re- 



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"No Sex Please, We're Britisli'' la now playing 
at the Cavalier Dinner Playboote, SSlTArgonoeAve., 
Norfolk, through May 10. PerformaBces are Wed- 
nesday through Sunday nights. Doors open at 6, 
buffet is served at 6:45, and the show starts at 
8:15. Sunday times are one hour earlier. Tickets 
are $7.95 per person for all performances ezeqit 
Saturday nights which is |8.9S. 



serve in sexual matters 
would liave iwen TJut to 
rest. There's just too much 
suspension of disbelief re- 
quired here. 

In any case, a talent- 
ed cast saves the show and 
manages to wring quite 
a few belly laughs frofti the 
audience." ^, ^ 

Tony Smi^, as4te hus- . 
band, does a fine job plaj/ 
ing a man who isn't qufte 
sure why it's all happen- 
ing to him but who is 
determined to ke^ con- 
trol. Susan Dempsey, as 
the wife, is very appealing 
as she runs about in her 
nightgown hoping against 
hope that a sane solution 
will present itself. She is 
just a little too enthus- 
iastic in her delivery, how- 
ever, as are several other 
members Of the cast. 

Vera Moore, the only 
English member of the 



cast, delivered a flawless 
performance as the bio< 
ther - in - law. Ray Saenz, 
playing a friend entrusted 
with the disposal of the 
pornography, is a great 
clown, and much of the 
credit for pulling off this 
show belongs to Um. 

Debbie Doerflein and 
Coral Shattuck liven 19 the 
second act as two Utkj 
prostitutes determined to 
seduce somebody, any- 
body, in that crowded and 
confused apartment. 

Despite its flaws, this is 
an appealing production, 
fast-moving and entertain- 
ing. Unlike another local 
dinner theater that often 
takes proven Broadway 
shows and butchers them, 
the Cavalier seems to do 
well with less well known 
scripts and altogether bet- 
ter acting. 
- Tony EUer 



Symphony 
for ballet 



The Old Dominion University (ODU) Ballet and 
Theatre Ballet Company will present its annmil 
spriiig production, ^^Chbrw- Drama andTJahCe^m- 
phony," Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and 
Sunday at 3 p.m. in the University Theatre, 46th 
Street and Hampton Boulevard. Performances also 
are scheduled for April 19 at 3 p.m. and 7:30 
p.m. aad,/^U 20 at 3 p.m. 

The production consists of four original ballets, 
choreographed and staged by Neli and Istvan Ament, 
ODU's artists -in -residence. Students in the ballet 
company will perform "Dance Symphony Classic", 
music by Serge Prokofiev; "Pathetique Amor", 
music by Tschaikovsky; "Rumanian Rhapsody", mu- 
sic by George Enescu: and "The Spider", music 
by Bela Bartok. (At the Sp.m. performances, 
"Giselle Peasant Pas de uenz", music oy jonann 
Freidrich BurgmuUer, will replace "The Spiders".) 

Tickets are $2 for adults and Jl for children. 
Discounts are available for groups of 20 or more. 
For reservations, call 489-6291. 




ISTVAM AMEHT awl TRAaSMITR 



Beach ballet groups 
merge school, tour 



The Dance Guild of Vir- 
ginia (formerly The Tide- 
water Dance Guild) and 
the Virginia Beach Civic 
Ballet have merged into 
one dance company. Ad- 
ministration, faculties and 
professional dancers will 
combine to create an ex-^ 
' panded school of d^nce and 
a professional company 
which will be available to 
tour throughout Virginia. 
Under the umbrella of. 
the Dance Guild of Vir- 
ginia, the school of dance 
will continue to be known 
as the Academy of the 
Virginia Beach Ballet. The 
Virginia Beach Civic Bal- 
let will continue as a per- 
forming company for local 
students. Auditions will l>e 
held later this sprii^ fat 
a professional company 
which will operate as the 






Dance Guild of Virginia. 
Officers for the coming 
year are Van Cunningham, 
president; Nancy McClees, 
Phyllis Hale and Gloria 
Stamley, vice-presidents; 
Juanita Gardner, treasur- 
er; Beth Hud^m, secre- 



tary; and Sunday Abbott, 
historian. 

Other members of the 
board of directors are Ur- 
sula Jones, Marilyn Jacob- 
son, Robert Fischbeck,1r» 
ving Robitshek and Robert 
Weaver. 



Space fee incorrect 




The Princess Anne High 
Drill Team Association is 
hoping that a typograidiical 
error inflating toe space 
rental cost for the group's 
April 19 Flea Market won't 
scare off any takers. 

Si»ces for the flea mar- 
ket at Princess Anne High 
School will be $5, n(H $50 
as reported in the article 
printed in the March 26 



FINANCE 



issue of t1ie#m. ' 

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to individuals as well as 
organizations, clubs and 
dealers, will be 9 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Rain date is 
April 26. 

Kor reservations, con- 
tact Marian Nevitt, 340- 
7081, or Sharon Crank, 
340-8469. 



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Applicotions taken by telephone. Just dial 
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SERIALS SECTION 
VA ?IATE LIBRARY 
RICaaOND ?A 23214 



50th Year No. 16 




City of Virginia Beach, Va. 



April 16, 1975 



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Board ^ 
asks for 
$10,600 

The Virginia B«ach Recreational Facilities 
AntlMrity is aslili^ the city to su|>port it 
financiaiiy to tiie tme of flO.MO. 

Tbe irqiosed^aiinittl operating budget, 
wUch authority memtMrs feel vUl test the 
city's committment to recreatira projects 
it would endorse, was submitted to 
City Manager George Hantniry this week. 

Appointees to the authority hare indicated 
that cmmcilmea's reaction to ttie reque^ 
could determine the future existence of Uie 
recreation panel. ^ 

The prop(»al was drawn up by i^cooomic 
Development Director James De Bellisatthe 
request of tbe panel. Costs are based on tbe 
assumption that the board's operation would 
be incorporated into the Economic Develop- 
mest Dqtartment. 

The proposal asks ibr 17,000 for legal and 
expert services to be used in theprqieration 
and review of legal documents that would be 
drawn up between tbe authority and any 
openton who would use tbe panel to finance 
tax-free boods fbr recreational projects. 

Another 91,542 would be allocated tocorer 
~ttentai1es. Including the services of a »e^ 
crvtary 25 hours a week and approximately 
ei^ hours for research and administration.' 
— De Bellls suggested that ^0 be allocated 
ior travel eqienses, with (500 for printing 
expensM, 9200 for stationary and $115 tor 
a filing cabinet. 

bfi wlirtcrview with Thi Swi, nij 
of Ule recreational panel indicated 
IH^iposal was a modest one, and oDrMMad 
optiinlsm that councilmen and Hanbury would 
respond favorably to the request. 

Some members bave indicated Uut a re^- 
tlOD of a budget request by the city voold 
indicate that tbe authority, which has strug* 
gled to analyze its role since its first Meet- 
ing in January, does not have siqiport mem- 
bers feel is necessary to function effectively. 

The authority has the power to seek tax- 
free brads for recreational projects which 
would then be leased to an indepeadcBt op- 
erator. 

Unlike the Industrial Andionty, private 
operators would not eventually hold title 
to tbe facility. Instoid, lessors would be 
required to pay the city full market value of 
a facility once the bonds were retired. 

Recreational Facility Airthortty members 
lave said such a requirement is too re- 
strictive, and some members siqiport a 
chance in Virgwia law which would give 
recroUitmal authorities powers similar to 
ttwse of industrial authorities. 

Hanbury, who received a copf o^tbe |n«- 
posed Recreational Facilities Authority bod- 
get last week, declined to commmt on the , 
request until he makes a re«)mmaidatioo to 
Council. 

Anthority chairman James Hayden and co- 
chairman Fletcher Bryant plan to meet witfi 
Hanbury before the authority's May meeting, 
but tbe city manager said no request for a 
meeting has been made. 

Authority members canceled a scheduled 
aitfhority meeting Thursday because the bud- 
get request had not been settled. According 
to one meml)er, it is pointless for the group 
to OMtinM regular meetii^s imtil it has an 
operating budget. 



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15 cents 




Beach may bid 
for Rose Hall 



By NEAL SIMS 
Son Editor 



Virginia Beach City Manager George Han- 
iHiry will meet with representatives of the 
own6r| of Rose Hall this week to determine if 
the ciw is interested in pursuing the purchase 
of the 143-year-old historic buildiiM!. 

Indnstrlal Security Co., which acquired tbe 
Mlding and its 3S-acre site (» Virginia Beach 
Boulevard through a loan foreclosure, is 
rq)ortedly asking $750,000 a^ a sale price. 

At Hanbury's request, City Council de- 
'ferred action Monday on a move to place 
Rose Hall under tbe city's historical and cul- 
tural coning classification, an umbrella zon- 
ing irtiich requires property owners to get 
approval from the Historical Review Board 
before making chides or improvements 
oa the property. Hanbury asked for the de- 
ferral until a decision could l>e made regard- 
ing the city's porcfense of the property. 



ifoi|*olo byRodlfaitt 



Bird's eye view 




Jay F. Wilks, an attorney for Rose Biffl 
pwners, said the possiMlity of historical. 
coning "placed a cloud" over the iH'operty 
Ud flie owiiers wenl^pposed fo any mtn' 
which might affect possible sale of Rose HaU. 
Wilks said bis clients had no intention of 
develi^iqg tbe pn^wrty and would be willing 



sidential kennels where dogs are kept more 
than 100 feet from adjacent prc^rty lines; 

» approved a resolution in su^iori of con- 
tinuing the HIT (High Intensity Target) anti- 
Iwrglary progrs^m wlthth the Virginia Beach 
Police Department; and 

« approved extension of city water service 
along General Street in the Newllgbt area at 
a cost of an>roximateIy $7,500. 

Prior to its public meeting. Council met in 
•neiMTe seMion, closed to the public and the 
press, for 34 minutes to discuss what the 
agenda listed as "persoimel and legal" 
matters. ' - .. 



Long Creek 
suit asks . 
$3 



lee Eskey. Virginia Boach wner^cy 
services coordinator, take a ^in in 
one of two helicopters which began futl- 
tinie service with the Police Depart- 
ment Monday. 



Impact aid elusive 
for school projects 



Virginia Beach schools are asking the 
federal government for $19 million to help 
build a two new scboMs imder impact con- 
stnKtion funds, but scliool planners don't 
tldnk tliey will ever see a dime of it. 

"R'^ an exercise in preparedness," ex- 
idained Dr. James Mounle, assistant super- 
intendent for research, planning and develop- 
iar..t. 

The last time Virginia Beach received 
money to build new schools under the pro- 
gram. Public Law 815, was in 1968, when 
$I7S,000 was allocated for construction of 
Newtown Road Elementary School. . 

Mmmie explained that money, designed 
to help sappoTi schools educating children 
of military and federal employes, dried up 
with the Nixon administration, and Presi- 
(font Gerald Ford has mA given any indi- 
cation that he plans to resume the impact 
construction ftai^«. 

"We have m> reason to lieUeve Ford in- 
tends to make the money available," Mounle 
reported. . 



Although^ the money is not there, Moiuie 
said Virginia Beach would be given top 
priority for funding for construction be- 
cause of the recent influx of children from 
military families. 

He said school enrolment figures indicate 
an increase of more than 1,000 children from 
military families this year. 

Ernest Stone, assistant superintendent for 
school planning, said the fund application is 
simply "putting our name in the pot." 

Tbe schools are requesting construction 
funds for two schools in the five-year cap- 
ital improvement program, a jimior high 
school in the western part of the city and 
Green Run High School. 



building and site. 

Hanbury will meet with Wilks this week 
and l>eport to Council Monday on the talks. 

Reba UcClanan, representing the Council 
of Garden Clubs, asked Council Monday to 
place the prc^rty under the historical zon- 
ing classification, saie has said there is a 
fear that unless this is done. Rose HaU might 
\fe destroyed to make way for commercial 
development before it can be saved. 

In a letter to councilmen, Hantwry wrote, 
"It is my belief that the imposition of his- 
toric zoning is tantamount to condemnation 
without compensation, unless the pn^rty 
owner wishes it to be classified as such." 

Councilmen indicated that court action 
would be likely if tbe city imposed historic 
zoning and then attempted to buy the prc^rty. 

In a later discussion, Councilman Roi>ert 
Cromwell, an attorney, asked City Atty. J. 
Dale Bimson for an opinion next week on the 
city's historical zoning provisions included 
in the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance. 
"If we are going to face litigation, then the 
sooner we know the better," he said. 

In other tnisiness Monday, Council: 
• amended the. city's Comprehensive Zon- 
ing Ordinance to include provisions for re- 



Property owners akHg Long Cmk near 
Great Neck Rmd are sutag the City of Virginia 
Beach for $3 million for property damage they 
ny was caused liy an Army Corps of Engi- 
HaH 



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Alicision is expected ttis week in Virginia 
Beach Circuit Court in Gorman vs. the City 
of Virginia Beach 

Property owners contend that a strong 
tidal flow through Long Creek which has 
rq>eatedly ripped away private bulkheading 
and eroded flw shoreline was aggravated bv a 
dre«%ing project to make Long Creek navi- 
gable for boating. 

City Manager George Hanbury said the ih-o- 
perty owners say the dre<%lng was too deep, 
increasii^ the velocity of the waters which 
surge Oirough the creek with the tide and also 
during rainstorms. 

Hanbury said the city's position is that the 
eroding shoreline is the resprasibility of 
the property owners. 

In addition to Asst. City Atty. Jay Richard- 
son, Virginia Beach is employing Uie ser- 
vices of Norfolk attorney Harry McCoy in 
Oiecase. 

Property owners are represented by An- 
drew Fine, Morris Fine and Carl Hall of 
Fine, Fine, Legum k Fine, a Virginia Beach 
law firm. 

If the city loses the case, Hantniry indicated 
that bonding arrangements would have to be 
made to repair the shoreline. During the 
initial budget briefing early this m(»th, c(xm- 
cilmen expressed concern that the surplus 
f^mds of $3 million allotted in the prq)osed 
1975-76 budget would not cover a defeat in the 
suit. 




Army turns back on 
Ft. Story land trade 



The Army ten timed ftuml» down on a 
proposed land «cetange between Ft. Story 
and Green Run which Vii^nia Beach officials 
had offered in an attempt to quash plans for 
600 Navy boosing units at Cape Henry. 

Virginia Beach offered to trade 83 acres 
of property zoned for apfCment development 
in resldeirtial Green Rtm in return for 160 
acres at Ft. Sory. 

City officials reas(»ed that the Green Run 
pn^ierty was more vai^ble than Ft. Story 
property, uUck would Iw reserved ftM- re- 
creatfonal bm. 

However, Itoward H. Callaway, secretary 
of the Army, rejected the trade. He contra- 
ded that a fair exctange would be 13 acres 
ta Ft. Story for tte 83 acres at CreM Bw, 
based on appraisals made by the Amy. 



Callaway saM 13 acres wmld give the city 
al,0OO-fo(rt stretch of beach S66 feet wide. 

B«mch officials say the Green Rim prc^rty 
is worth $1 million, which would mean that 
the Array has taa^ its Ft, Story land at 
|T7,000 an acre. 

A public bearing on tbe pnqwsed 600-unit 
Navy housing project is scheduled 7 p.m. 
Apll 23 at Princess Anne High School. 

The Navy has distributed copies of the 
environmental impact statement for the hous- 
i^ plan to Beach libraries. 

Information m presentation of written 
or oral statements is available through R.L. 
Warren, 444-7131. Speakers wUl be limtted 
to five aiMtes, wMle groqi precatfttkms 
will be alloted 10 minutes. 



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Inside 



Things are looking i^ for Earl 
Willis. As president of the second 
annual Virginia Beach Neptune 
Festival, Willis has trimmed the 
iHjdget and macte some organiza- 
tional changes which he feels will 
lead to a fun-filled and smoothly 
operated festival. 

Willis took tinne out recently 
from his (Mies as ackninistrator 
of ttte General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach for an exclusive in- 
terview witti The Sun on his plans 
for NepfcMfte II. Our profile of the 
man |}ehind the Nep^ne Festival 
is on pa^ A-4. 



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A-2 - The Sun, April 16, 1975 



Beach elections 
pick up tempo 



Virginia beach Republi- 
cans are planning a mid- 
May convention open to re- 
gistered Republicans to se- 
lect a slate of three can- 
didates to challenge De- 
mocratic opponents in the 
Nov 4 House of Delegates 

Beach Hepublican Party 
^etartnnair €: Ct Tayterpre- 
dicted tkat "at least two 
of the Democratic incum- 
bents" will fall to Repu- 
blican contend^s this fall. 

ARhbugh Taylor kept 
names of potential candi- 
dates under wraps, he said 
Republicans should bring 
several strong candidates 
before Beach voters. 

The convention will h^ 
located at a school site 
in Virginia Beach, but final 
Dlans have not been made. 



In addition, Taylor said 
Beach R^>d>ncans will be 
involved in races in eight 
senatorial districts, in- 
cluding several Norfolk and 
Chesapeake - dominated 
precincts which flow over 
tlie western edges of Vir- 
ginia Beach city boundaries 
along with the floater seat 
for the House of Delegates 
presently lield-by BiHy^' 
Brien of Chesapeake, a De- 
mocrat. 

Tfcree Democratic in- 
cumbents, Dels. Owen B. 
Pickett, Donald H. Rhodes 
and tilenn B. McClanan 
have all filed candidacy 
^pers for the June 10 
Democratic primary. The 
only challenger on the De- 
mocratic slate is Bernard 
Barrow, a Beach attorney. 

The city's Beach Bo- 
rough Councilman, Rol)ert 



H. Callis Jr., who filed 
his candidacy papers with- 
out opposition for the De- 
mocratic nomination, will 
challenge Sen. A. Joseph 
Canada, a Republican who 
holds the Beach's only Se- 
nate seat 

An independent, John A. 
Fahey, also announced 
plans- to^ eater the Be«ch 
Senate race. Fahey is a 
professor itOkl Domiiiion 
University. 

Virginia Beach Circuit 
Court Clerk John D. Fen- 
tress said all candidates 
who are not on the Re- 
publican or Democratic 
Party ticket must file their 
candidacy papers l^ 7 p.m. 
June 10. 

Friday was the filing 
deadline for ttte June 10 
Democratic primary. 




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MCCLAHAN 



RHCXDES 



4-H clears 
center site 

The 4-H Gub is clearing a 34-acre site 
ai 85th areet for the $1 million Southeast 
4-H Mwation Center on property previous- 
ly used for a summer camp. 

Virginia Beach Mayor J. Curtis Payne, 
flrst president of the proposed center, said 
a ftmd drive will b^in this summer to raise 
money for the project which will rely on 
contributions from private sources and local 
government. The mayor explained that no 
state or federal money would be available 
lor the center. 

Tt"- Hwt hsrl tw^ 1ps«M from the State 
Division of Parks by the Virginia Polyte- 
£hnic Institute Extensica Service for the past 
28 years for the 4-H Camp Farrar, which 
closed last year because of sanitation pro- 
blems. ,„ 

The proposed educational center, which will 
be available to nonprofit organizations and 
municipal agencies when it is not in use 
by the 4-H, will iwlude a dining toll, ad- 
ministration tmilding. four lodgi», an assem- 
bly building and four staff lo«fees. Ttere will 
be room to accommodate 200 over- 
night guests. 

Billy E. McCafae, a Navy officer wlw M- 
sides in Vir(inia ^ach. will becoflie «a- 
ecutive director of the center Majr 1. 



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Trundle in post 



D. Robert Trundle, 710 
55th St., Virginia Beach, 
is the new vice president- 
office buildings for Good- 
man-Segar-Hogan, Inc., a 
Norfolk real estate firm. 

Trundle, former mana- 
ger of IBM's general sys- 
tems division in Norfolk, 
will be responsible for lea- 



sing and management of the 
Goodman - Segar - Hogan's 
office buildings. 

He is a member of the 
Princess Anne Country 
Club and the Harbor Club, 
and also serves on ttie 
board of the Feldman 
Chamber Music Society. 

He and his wife, Eliza- 
beth, have three children. 



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to get it: 




field Day set 



Youth unit 

lines up 

summer jobs 



The Mayor's Ycrath Council is lining up 
summer jobs for high school and college 
students with the bel^ of the Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce and the \yrginia 
Employment Commission. 

Ilie council, is nuiking an inventory of 
available jobs open to sti^ents 16 years and 
older from restaurants, motels, retail stores 
and firms throi^bout the city. 

Forms for the summer ioto program are 
available through the Ohamber of Commerce 
and the Mayor's office. 



Six Virginia Beach Navy 
Junior Reserve Officer 
Trainii^ Corps (NJROTC) 
units will vie for honors 
at their Annual Field Day 
Competition Thursday at 
the Little Creek Naval Am- 
phibious Base parade 
ground. 

Units from Bayside, Cox, 
First Colonial, Kellam, 
Kempsville and Princess 
Anne High Schools, a total 



of 650 cadeU, will be in- 
spected and jw^^ed while 
' ^ring precision drill team 
exerci^s. 

Competitors also include 
a girl's drill team. Com- 
peUtlon will befin at 10 
a.m. 

The Cox NJROTC driU 
team waa the C^. C.E. 
CaUm Award for Excel- 
lence last year at the com- 
petition. 



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Bus route launched 



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Artists working on en- 
tries to the Bicentennial 
Commission ofVirginia 
Beach's historic houses 
pen and ink competiticm 
will have a few extra days 
to complete their woric. 

The commission has ex- 
tended the deadline in the 
contest to Friday. 



Best pen-and-ink draw- 
ings of the 19 Virginia 
B^ch homes dating l>ack to 
Revolutionary times will t>e 
reproduced and sold as part 
of the Bicentennial sele- 
bration. Artists will re- 
ceive a commission for 
work sold. 

The competition i$ open 
to artists 18 years or old- 
er. Entry blanks are avail- 
able at the Bicentennial of- 
fice, 318 19th St., Virginia 
Beach. Dr. Herbert Bur- 
ganJ, dean of the School of 
Arts, Virginia CommcMi- 
wealth University, Rich- 
mond, will judge the en- 
tries. 



Tidewater Metre Transit 
initiated its first direct bus 
;;ervice to the Cinlairtfleet 
Compound at the 
llaval Station Monday alt^er 
Beach residents working 
there purchased transit 
tickets, to sliow,theJr^j|p- , 
port for a atm rantc. 

Buses will leave Mil- 
lers' parking lot at Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard and 
N. Plata Trail 7:10 a.m., 
with stops at Pembroke 
Mall at 7:16 a.m. and con- 
tinue to the Cinclantfleed 
Compound at 7:50 a.m. 

In the afternoon, buses 



wiu leave the compound 
at 4:4S, with stops sche- 
duled at Pembroke at 5:18 
at^Mlller^' at 5:25, 
Tidewater Metro Transit 
also will make local transit 
stops al<»K Virginia Beach 
Boplevfird between Mil- 

BoolffvaroM^Be ^r^Inla 
B^ch - Norfolk Express- 
way entrance. 

Pares for the route, 
which will be called M- 
Iodq>endence-CinclantfIeet 
will be 55 cents from Pem- 
broke Mall and 65 cents 
from Miller's. 



Plle~up Injures S 
along Shore Drive 



A Viqilnia Beach woman 
was in serious condition at 
Oe Paul Hospital following 
a Sunday evening three- 
car pile-op (m Shore Drive 
at Diamond brings Road, 
Virginia Beach, which in- 
jured five persons. 

Leslie Parker, 31, of W. 
68th Street, Virginia Beach 
received multiple injuries 
■when the station wagon dri- 
ven by her husband, Geo- 
Brey B. Parker, 35, was 
struck head-on by a west- 



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in front of the Parker ve- 
hicle after it had been bit 
from the r«u- by a tUrd 
car. ^ 

Parker, an OU Dominion 
University instructor, was 
treated for minor injuries 
at De Paul, and the cou- 
ple's son Jago, 5, was ad- 
mitted for ot>servation. 

Michael Stevens, 66, and 
his wife, SaUy, 62, of Nor- 
folk were Mimffied to Nor- 
folk Cciieral Ho^ital for 
cuts and multiple injuries 
after their car struck the 
Parker station wagon. Ste- 
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Dancer intercedes 



Th«» rM]iiPst ol a Innl*"^'- •"•-«f< rtanf^fi who ♦"«♦• 
ified ite was raiiwl i»y J»o members uJ a motorcycle 
p^ns, one black -.«; jIi*. *iii!f. l»o >«ars ano. lun- 
vinred CimiU Court Judgt I'aul W. Atkias tu sue 
penl the seffltence ol one of ker attackers. 

WUliam C. StancU. 84, a bUck, tad been convict- 
«<! ot rape, while a white codefendaDt was acquit- 
ted IB an tktlm trail. 

The cMvlctied rapist served four moaths la the 
VtrglBla Beach City Jail and wa»awaHiagtra«s- 
fer to the Hate Penitentjary to complete an eight - 
year isdeBce. 

. MAm uU he agreed to suspend SUbcU's sen- 
tence at the go-go dancer's request because the 
white defendant was nrt punished. If Standi had 
been tranqwrted to VM pealtentiary, the case would 
h»»e be«i out of Circuit Coort's jorisdiction. 



Charges drooped 

Murder charges have been dropped^ against one 

of three men accused of the October shooting death ol 

a Virginia P««eh auto wholesaler *h<isf hullrt-:"- 

' died tedy was discovered locked in the trunk of bis 

' car at Pembroke lltil. 

Lee Queensberry, 35, who had been arrested with 
a basiness partner, Earl L. 8i|Blres, 25, and Jess 
Edward Watson If, 21, an insarance salesman for 
conspiring in the death of Wayne Edward Chitwood 
to collect a 150,000 insurance policy, told police 
he was not involved in the murder plot. 

The defendant's attorney, Bernard Barrow, said 
police suspected that Queensberry was runnii* when 
he was stopped for a speeding violation in Clark 
County, ni. Qneensberry had sUted be was out of 
town to ^ck op a used car for the wholesaling bus- 
iness he ran with Scpires and the murder victim. 



Phantom jet lost 



A $4 million F4 Phantom Jet based at Naval Air 
SUtlon (NAS) Oceana crashed In the AtlanUc Ocran 
Aprtl f, but its two officers on board ptrachnted 
to safety off C»e Hatteras. ,. . , „ . „ . 

Lt Et^enerTDaUey, 27, 3343 Lake Crest Road, 
Virginia Beach^ pilot, and radar Intercqrt officer 
Ltjg. William G. Kerr, 26, of SteSbeWine, OUo, 
were rescued by a Coast Guard cutter. .. „^ 

Two days earUer radar Intercept officer Lt. Robr 
-wt Hardy, ^, of Oceana' s Flrtt e r g ouadr on 101^ 



ejected from his craft, althoogh the jet was pilot- 
ed back to NAS Oceana safriy. 

Navy spokesman canealed a search lor the miss- 
ing officer i^*ni », and ttay gave no eiplanation 



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Waste diMping 
brings fiM 



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Camper o»ners who 
dump their wastes any- 
where but in approved sa- 
nitary dumping stations are 
inviting a $200 fine, accor- 
ding to Virginia Beach 
Health De{»rtment offi- 
cials. 

The Virginia State De- 
partment of Health is on 
an educational campaign to 
warn campers of health 
dangers from such wastes 
and to encourage them to 
use proper dumping faci- 
lities available at licensed 
campgrounds. 

Virginia officials repor- 
ted an increasing number of 
violations of the law from 
camping vehicles which 
drop their wastes along 
roadwavs and at campsites. 



Eugene Foster Jr. ff«JilK.^%lh*l ail wastes be 



com- 



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list establishment distrW 
sanitarian who inspects 
Beach campgrounds for the <« 
Health Department, noted 
that some campers illegal- 
ly dump their was^t to ' 
avoid sanitation fees at 
campgrounds. For otttert. :" 
its a matter of ignorance. -- 

"Some dump right on the. 
campsite," he reported. 
•You wouldn't think V6gf 
wottW^dothat,'- li 

All water wastes, !»•"' 
eluding those fromwashlng 
dishes and showerfeg, coo- 
tain materials such as 
grease and food SK^^ 
which serve as mMlfeg 
grounds for flies MM &^ 
sease, he ei^aliwC . *. 

Virginia law reqirirt?_ 



^ely enclosed in holding 
tanks Inside or outside of 
the vehicle until they can 
be deposited at a dumping 
station. 

The Health Department 
will distribute information 
<n camper sanitation to 
highway informal^ sta- 
tions, recreation vehicle 
dealers and to licensed 
campgrounds in an effort 
Ifi reach camper owners 
no^oning in Virginia. 

Fester said individuals 
can make citizens arrests 
when they observe illegal 
citizens arrests when they 
dumping or they can report 
the violation to the police 
or to the Health Diri- 
ment. 



Official designatijn as Vir- 
ginia Beach lifesavers by 
the Virginia Beach Safety^ 
Council is a solemn mo- 
ment for Wad Cornick and 
Darryl Gregory, who re- 
ceived their citations be- 
fore City Council Monday. 
The two Seatack young- 



sters pulled Mrs. Isaiah 
Carr from her burning 
home on March 4. The 
woman was injured when 
her stove exploded, and 
the boys rescued her while 
they were on ttieir way to 
school. 



This newspaper 
isn't writt^i 
for every^e. 



. Dog bite 



-A pair of Virginia Beach men who dr(H>ped 
in on the Second Precinct police headquarters 
to complain about a vicious police dog wcwnd 
r discovered thatabiMlet- 



Auction scheduled 



The failure rf the lone high bidder to pay off 
$71 275 in deeds of tmst for Frere Jacijue School 
wOl trigcer another anctioa oo the steps <d Vir- 
giaia Beach Cireatt Court 2 p.n. "nmrsday. 

PhUUp P. Wagner, as asaistuit appraiser ol a 
Norfbtt raal estate firm, sabmitted die Ugh bid of 
15 000 ikn- a groiqi, in the auction, bat a reqnest 
by Wagner to deUy payment of the 171.275 detrt 
until tha school could be reopened was rejected. 

The privately-owned school, which closed ia Feb- 
ruary following flBancial problems after 20 vears 
of operation, has about $25,000 ia unsecured claims 
aninst it, aceordii* to Gerald R«Ainger, a Beach 
attorney who handled the March 21 auction. 

HMi bidder in Thursihy's auction will be requir- 
ed to dMwsit $1,000 and pay the remainder within 
10 toys. The school faeUlty, on five acres of prop- 
erty at 2100 Harbor Lane, Virginia B^ch, includes 
the school building, a swimming pool and an un- 
completed classroom building. 



Headmaster named 

The new headmaster to Cape Henry School, a 
privately-owMd Institutioo for students from grades _ 
I thnwfh 12 on First Colonial Road, Virginia Beach, 
announced plans to create a recruitment committee 
to boeat enroUment. 

Or W Rwh Moomaw, continuing education admin- 
istrator at the University of South Carolina and 
former president of Stratfbrd College, Danville, which 
closed last year, will replace interim headmaster 
N.W. Morris, retired Kempsville High School princi- 
pal. ' 

Moomaw, tt, wiU b^n his duties officially on 
ivBB 1, but he already reported that the school 
hopes to bolster its enrollment of 172, down from 
227 students the year before. _ , . 

Although Stratford College closed because of lack 
of students. Cape Henry School Board Chairman 
J(An P. Edmcmdson said b(»rd members are satis- 
fied that the school's new headmaster was not re- 
spoasiUe for Mie college's tailnre. 



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fired at the animal wound up in the leg of a 
Virginia Beach policeman. 
ThacoMlaint Aelped police uaravel a 

Hungry Foos, a fodsball parlor in Princess 
Anne Plara. Investigators initially suspected 
a sniper. 

Patrolman ■ James A. Davis, 24, was 
wounded in the leg April 9 after his dog 
attacked George Leon Spellman, 18, of Really 
Lane, Virginia Beach. The policeman was 
shot in front of the parlor after he helped 
disperse a crowd which had gathered to watch 
a fight. 

Police charged Joseph T. Hickson, 20, with 
the shooting after the Hickson and two friends 
accompanied oilman to police headquarters 
to complain about the biting incident. During 
questioning, police discovered that Hickson 
fired a gun at the dog. 

Spellman, who disappeared in the crowd 
after the dog attacked him, was charged with 
disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. 
Hickson was charged with malicious shooting. 






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A-4 - The Sun, April 16, 197S 



An editorial: 



'Shot' 




for gala 
at Beach 



{lumbers of Virginia Beach's Bic- 
entennial Commission are making a big 
push to make sure that "the shot heard 
round the world" gets at least an echo 
in Virginia Beach. 

The commission selected Saturday, 
the 200th anniversary of the first skir- 
mish in the Revolutionary War, as its 
kick-off for the bicentennial celebra- 
tion in the hopes that the event might 
stir up some patriotic feelings in an 
area rich in the history of the coun- 
try's heritage. 

Unfortunately, Bicentennial Gala 
organizers say community response to 
ttie opening festivities of the two-year 
celebration haven't measured up to4^ir 
expectations. 4 

Chairman Roy Alphin said he hadh<^- 
ed for a crowd of about 300 at the open- 
ing function 6:30 Saturday Aigiht at R^ 



Story's Officers' Mess, but so far on)^ 
100 persons have indicated that theywiM^ 
"attend. 



But Atphin hat not given qp hopf^, 
and he reported that each day's mail, 
brings more responses. But tinne is 
running -short for receptu» plamaing, 
and Alphin said he must tell the club 
how many will attend within the next 
day or two. 

The confimission, whrchispayjj:ig^.45 
per person for the open bar^nd hors 
d'oeuvres, is asking only $7.Mto cover 
tiie cost of the reception whidi will take 
place a stone's throw from shores where 
^e first colonists landed 300 years ago. 

"We're lucky if we'll break even," 
Al(4iin conceded. 

Part of the problem is that many 
people, faced wi4i financial worries and 
daily reports of bad news from Vietnam 
and the Mideast, are not in the mood 
for celebrating. 

Although April 19, 1775 is an histor- 
ical milestone, Americans probably 
won't get enthused about the bicenten- 
nial until the eve of July 4, 1976. 

It's not a thought that consoles the 
commission members who are putting 
their time and effort into making the 
celebration a success. « 

Alphin, somewhat of a history buff, 
observed that in 1875 hard times faced 
a nation recovering from the Civil 
War and what people in ttiose days 
called "a panic," economic difficulties 
similar to today's recession. 

But, Alphin remarked sadly, it dic^'t 
stop Americans from celebrating the 
United States' 100th anniversary. 

Chances are that the bicentennial 
tempo will pick up inthe coming months, 
and hopefully individuals who have work- 
ed hard setting the plans for the cele- 
bration won't be too discouraged if the 
"rinrt heard round the wrarld" is nrHif- 
f led as it plunges throu^ a few layers 
of community apathy. 

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By HEAL SIMS 
Sob- Eitttor 

W. Earl WilUs realized the prodigious job he was 
taking on when be accept^ the post as president 
of the second annual Virginia Beach Neptune Festi- 
val. 

In its debut, festival organizers rejoiced in the 
spontaneous civic success ' of their affair, but the 
fledgling festival endured a mishmash of mistakes 
which inevitably accompany the first attempt at so 
large a project. The festival delighted more than 
167,000 participants with its^SS events - most of 
them free - but it also left Beach tajqiayers with a 
145,000 bill to make op a deficit. 
1 Eater iHJlis.^ idmtolstrator of tte General Hos-,. 
pital of Virginia Beach, civic leader and festival 
suKwrter. The neigUborly, fim-filled image of the 
firs t fes tiv al must be m aintained, but Neptu ne II 
bad its financial bogs to be ironed out. So the for- 
mer Lynchburg used car salesman took on the task 
of making the seccmd annual Neptune Festival a 
worthwhile but not so burdensome endeavor forUie 
cttymA I esMeiils M Vtfftnia'BaMi. 

Item one, said Willis, was to straighten out Uw 
finances. One of tke purposes of the festival - 
scheduled from Sept. M to Oct. 5 this year - is 
to extend the tourist season, but just as important 
is the goal to imite the community by offering 10 
days of festivities at little or no cost. 

With that in mind, WilUs launched a flmd drive 
under the direction of innkeeper Tom Lyons. He 
trimmed the Neptune Iradget from last year's $148,000 
to $102,000 aiHl asked the city, to include a $25,000 
contribution in! its prt^sed 1975 (^crating budgtt. 



The instant success of the first festival had left 
astonished officials holding the bag Ust year when 
more than 50,000 persons turned out on Atlantic 
Avenue for an opening night seafood feast. The 
Itanquet had an abrupt ending when the food r^ out 
long before the crowd was served. 

Fred Napolitano, president of the first festival 
committee, warned Willis that the community was 
not likely to be as cooperative this year. So Willis 
scheduled an additional night of feasting and de- 
vised a plan to insure ample servings for all. Fest- 
ival officials are offering the concessions to one 
bidder who would provide all catering in exchange 
for a $10,000 deposit and a percent^e of the take. 

To guard against other organizational slip-ups, 
Willis made 12 festival board members deputy dir- 
ectors, each in charge of certain aspects of the 
festival. 

Festival Executive Director FrankleAbourjilie said 



she telephones Willis three or fouFTiihes a week 
to apprise him of committee meetings. "1 was a 
little leery at first, having a new boss every year,' 
Urs. AbourjiUe said, "btU Earl Is an outstanding 
Ixjss. He's always accessible." 

Willis brings years of experience to the job of 
Neptune Festival president. He received a B.A. 
In business administration from what Is now Vir- 
ginia Commonwealth University In Richmond and was 
graduated with a masters of hospital administration 
from the Medical College of Virginia in 1957. 

After a stint with a Farmville hospital, Willis 
became administrator of the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach in 1963 when it was oiily a 47* 
bed facility on 25th Street. The hospital broke ground 



EARLWIU^ i 

at its present site on First Colcmial Road six mootlu 
later. 

"I've almost witnessed every brick UW and 
every nail driven," Willis said. "Wtll, not every 
one, They're out there laying some now." WiUis 
added, referring to the construction for eqaoding 
the hospital. 

WiUls Uves with his wife. Mary laae, and tt*ir 
daughter, Elizabeth Ann, 14, and son, Ros, 11, 
on Cherry Lane in old Alanton. "I'm sold on Vir- 
ginia Beach," he said. "I would not want to live aay- 
where but here." 

Willis, who is 47 (Us doctor Jokingly told Um 
he had the body of a 27-year-old), is a former 
chairman of the board of deac(ws ol the First 
Presbyterian Church and a member of the Nor- 
folk YMCA board, the Mayor's Task Force on jobs 
for Veterans and ttie Virginia Beach Association. 

With the numerous hours of effbrt q>ent on tiie 
second 'anmuT'R^ime Testifal, K6})tU» IT 
somewhat of a vacation for the WilUs funiljr. "I 
plan to take a week off during the festival because 
1 know its going to take a lot of my time," WiUis 
said. As president, he will attend most or all of " 
the festival's 55 events in 10 days. '^ 

And how would Earl WUlis like the Virginia Bcack 
resident to remember his Neptune Festival? 

'WeU, I hope he wonld thiiric of it as a family 
affair that he thoroughly enjoyed and didn't «>st 
him a whole lot of money. 

"We got a check for $2 from a retired, ehlerly 
man who had read that the taqiayers were foding 
the bUl fpr part of the festival. He wrote ttat be 
had enjoyed himself and hoped this waM help oat. 
To me, that was the festival.' 




'We got a check for $2 from a retired, 
elderly man who had read that ttie 
taxpayers were footing the bill for part 
of the festival. He wrote that he had an- 
joyed himself and hoped this would help 
out. To me, that was the festival.' 



Today 



This Week's Agenda 



P'AMPIS COMMITTEE. 2 p.m.. City Manager;s Con- 
ference Room, Administration Building, Municipal 
Center. 



MAYCm'S SCIENCE MUSEUM STUDY COMMITTEE, 
7:30 p.m.. City Manager's Conference Room, Ad- 
ministration Building, Municipal Center. 



Thursday 



MAYCm'S YOUTB COUNCIL, 3 p.m , Virginia Em- 
ployment Commission, 3820 Virginia Beach BM. 



Saturday 



mCEMTENlflAL GALA, 6:M p.m., Officers' Mess- 
Open, Ft. Story. 



Monday 

CITY COUNCIL, 2 p.m., CmucU Chambers, 
IsftratfoD Milding, Mtnicipal Center. 



Apr* 23 



FT. STORY NAVY HOUSING, public hiirfe«, 1 p.m., 
Prince aiKlltoriBm, Princess Ame Hi^ School, 4400 
Virginia Bach Blvd. ^ 



IMrik^l^i^ 



Beach Sports 




The Sun, April 16, 1975 - A-5 



incess Anne's Billy Capps; 

With an ERA of .000, he's getting better 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^mm^B^m For Coach Van Benschoten, the situation this season Can>s' doesn't presume to teU the coach his job, 



By STEVE BKHIDO 
Sar SteS Writar 



BUljr Caiipa: tlie name has a t>asei)aU rlac t« it, 
Uke Ty CoN), or Jim Laadis, or Sandjr Koitfaz. 
Solid, iimtspm, American. 

To PrinccM Anne basetall coach Don van Ben- 
■cbotes, tke ]hhuik man l>eliind the name is the 
naio reasoe his Cavalier i>allclub has posted an 
Mrly sMson record of three wins afainst one loss. 
Two <a tte pitchiac wins bave gone to Capps, one 
• S-0 ttatoot in the smmb opener acMnst First 
C(4oiital, the other a two-hit triumph over Norview. 

"RiCtt w* Us ERA is 0.00,' beams van Benscho- 
tm. "TvQ bofa, Capps and Anderson, are the ones 
fM. ht*» h(^«i OS the most, eqieciaUy Capfn." 



The team I'm on now has got to 
b* th« jokingest team in the world. 
Coad) van Benschoten is a great 
CMch. He's a lot of fun to work 
witti. He doesn't smiie( much but 
whwi he does, it's there. He cracks 
a joke now and then to keep us 
going.' 

- Princess Anne pitcher Billy 
Capps 

The n-year-old bvrler has blazed his way through 
OHMSiaK lineups in every league he's played in since 
the age of I. He was a Pony League aU-star three 
yMTS ago, then was selected the oHtstandii^ player 
oa at nan Jaator H^ team in 1973. Last summer, 
while pttcUiv for the Lynnhaven Colt League team 
that were the sectiMal champs, Capps made Oat 
Lescne's all-star roster. This was after coming oB 
a S-2 |dtchii« season with the Kellam Junior var- 
tOf, who ecnpUed an 8-2 record beliM C^ps' 
cl8t<A performsBces. 

This year, with re-districting, Capps fOuod him- 
»flf hi a Btrswt sfhnfti A *«>» "« the faces had 




CAPPS 



Capps is a junior on a team of juniors. "We've 
cmly got one sofdiomore on the team and three seniors, ' ' 
he says. "Our goal is taking the district as far as 
I'm concerned. I want to make the Plaza area known." 
Ci|ips believes that the Plaza area of the city has been 
given short shrift when it comes to baseball recogni- 
tiOD. "RMdly, Kem|«ville and Bayside have been 
! ItaU.'^ 



, <K' 



chu«cd hvt not Dany. Princess Ame players Sam 
Ear*, David Brown and Dave WeMon aU idayod 
witti C^ps 00 the Lynnhaven squad. If the change 
H ^ert|<)%h|s,|»i«tsd hl(|,ortiocik, the Cavalier 
pltd^r (iocs not show it 

"The team I'm on now has got to be the jokingest 
tnuB to the world," he says. "They're a great 
bo^ ctf guys. Coach van (Benschoten) is a great 
coach. He's a lot of ton to work with He doesn't 
snile mwA bat when he does, it's there. He cracks 
a Joke BOW and then to keep us going." 



The Princess Ame hnrler has been bvikiing a re- 
potation for his coolness under tire. As a reliever, he 
says the inressare is basically no different than what 
~ls to^^ffl^Tbiuroa a sSrter. "It does bother me," 
he admits. "The only thing I think about is getting out 
of it. That's all you can do." 

^'■a doM better when he's wder ^assw*. He kwes 
the competition," says Capps' faUier, Jim, whb coached 
him for two yrairs in the Pony League. "In <me game 
when he was 15, the starter had gotten into trouble. 
He went out tlwre to warm up, bead banging down like 
he didn't even care. I was about climbing the fence. 
The bases were loaded. He struck out three boys on 
nine pitches." 



For Coach Van Benschoten, the situation this season 
is ideal. With the pitching coming through the way it 
has thanks to his starting rotation of Can>s, David 
Anderson and Weldon, says the coach, "I fell like if we 
can score seven runs we can win. Everybody's starting 
to hit. This is the best hitting team I've had in five or 
sli years." 



'Right now his ERA is 0.00. Two 
boys, Capps and Anderson, are the 
ones that have helped us the most, 
especially Capps.' 
- Princess Anne coach Don van 
Benschoten 



Van Benschoten considers hidiself lucky -- atthe 
ejgiense of Kellam's first year mentor Wayne Sykes -- 
to have picked up both Ca{^ and Anderson in the re- 
districting last year. The pair have been friends 
and have been playing baseball together for five years 
in the community leagues. "If 1 start going down, Dave 
will be there to pick me backup," he says. "1 do have 
trouble with control, until someone comes out and 
tells me what I'm doing wrong. As iMg as Dave An- 
derson's there; I'll be all right. He gives me a lot (rf 
confidence." 



'I feel like if we can score seven 
runs we can win. Everybody's 
starting to hit. This is the best 
hitting team I've had in five or six 
years.' 

- Princess Anne coach Don^var 
Benschoten"^ 



Can>s doesn't presume to tell the coach his job, 
but like most athletes he's c^inionated when it comes 
to his chosen sport. He is a self-effacing young man, 
embarassed by the pile ofathletic trophies and plaques 
that fill his bedroom closet. "I've got a lot of good 
guys backing me up," he says, adding with a laui^ 
that be feels almost inadequate in some ways. "I'm 
not batting too good this year, so I've f<A to work on 
that. I've got to do better. I can't do any worse." 

Most of Calls' athletic background — excqit when 
it comes to baseball -- is a story of missed tryouts. 
"I was going to go out for track," he sajw, "but I 
missed the sign-ups." He had Uie same luck last fall 
when he came out late for Coach Gahagan's footliall 
squad.<^He plans an trying again in August, with his 
eye on a wide receiver position. 

Cains' looks on baseball not as the beginning of a 

'He does better under pressure. 
He loves the competition. In one 
game when he was 15, the starter 
had gotten intq trouble. He went 
out there to warm vip, head hang- 
ing dovwt like he didn't care. I 
was about climbing the fence. 
The bases were loaded. He struck 
out three boys on nine pitchers." 
- James Capps 

professional career, but as a pasttime that happens 
to be enjoyable and includes the difierent elements 
of athletic competition that lend a zest to existence. 
He marks the high point of his baseball life as the 
Ume when he retired 21 batters in a LitUe League 
game at the age of 12. "There are other things t>e- 
side baseball, I guess," he says non-coramlttaUy. 
"Rigfat now it's what I like most." 
!; Says Capps' father, "BiUy enjoys baseball too moch 
tolet it worry him." 

Coach Van Benschoten is apparratly not letting 
the Cavalier's district schedule worry him, either. 
The name of Capps sounds too much like Cobb. 



Anderson occasionally catches for Ca^is in practice, 
but Coach Van Benschoten prefers to keep the junior 
right-hander in reserve on the bench. But with regular 
catcher Larry Ruble witwiefinitely witl i aka » a in ju ry , 
he may be contemplating using the Cants-Anderson 
team. Second-string catcher Hike Jos^ would then 
catch for Weldon and Anderson in their starts. 

"The thing is, we also have Ray Bjoricman, who's 
pretty good, too," says Capps. "He should pitch 
more." 



Falcons hand Cavaliers first loss 



Chiefs stop Bookers 



Despite mOTe of the sort 
(tf wet weather that has 
Bwte city coaches groan 
ta dcsiiair recently, the 

' Eastern IMstrict baseball 
slate got off to a soggy 
start April 8 with a num- 
ber ot Bea«h sqaads char- 
tiJig Mriy wins over Nor- 
tolk rivals. 
Dob van BenschoteB's 

vPriBcess Anne nine re- 
^rded both their third win 

/and first loss last week. 
In the first game, the Ca- 
valiers beat Norview, 7-4, 
' OB a two-hit pitching per- 
foriMUice by Junior right- 
hander Billy Canw, who 
^uvered his second win 
against no losses for the 
yoaag sasMn. Princess 
ABBe 6tmtT was charac- 
terised by atility man Dave 
VeldOB's first Inning grand 
slan home ma that pot the 
Cavaliers oatahndtosUy. 
Ea^ leam recorded five 
errors in the contest, an 
indicatiae of what the wea- 
Oitr tes done to teams BOW 
li&nUlar with playing on 
dryfields. 

TiK Cavaliers weresar- 
mrtMd, however, April 9 
n Tom Fisher's game Cox 
dift, dn^ifis^ their first 
natch of the season to the 
Falcons in a 9-7 debacle 
ttat saw van Beascboten's 
team roll 19 six errors. 
Cox's terry Noe Uasted 
a sixth inning triple that 
qriit the game wide open 
Irras a 5-5 dndlock. Noe 
alio posted the relief win 
lor Cox while PA's Weldon 
got tto hws. Cavalier am- 
lor Sam Eure hit i l%w 
rtMBMl-tripper lor Princess 
Ame in the losing cause. 
The (toy before tte Fal- 
com ta4 fin» ^ a 10-7 
tmm Mtte to the Kel- 
lan vmrsltjr. IWiBgherws 
Inr Am K^ts iKtaM 
tricter G«e Eflrd, who 
grabbed two hits and a 
pair of raw^hatted-in to 
IBM tte ^WNa ia tte 
win. Ca's Mte Bowman, 
a ^Blw trantfer at Otrd 



base, led the Falcon power 
with a seventh inning home 
run that punched three raas 
across the plate for Cox. 
The Falcons only made it a 
bit closer, however, and 
Jim Henley posted his first 
win of the season for Kel- 
lam. He is 1-1. Cox's Jack 
Ferrell absorbed tte loss. 
He is also 1-1. 

Despite four errors and 
a home run by junior cat- 
cher John Bickenbach, 
First Colonial was downed 
In its first district outing 
April 8 by Granby, 7-6. 
Tte Patriots rolled up se- 
ven hits in the outing, t>ut 
two three- run innings by 
the Comets etfectivdy 
shqiped First Colonial's 
attack. Senior Mike Gnrley 
to(A tte loss to make him 
1-1. 

Kevin Smith and Jerry 
Crain pcwed two hits each 
to iMd Kemi^ville past 
Bolder T., 4-1, April 8. 
Senior Sc(M O'Uara rolled 
q> his third win on the year 
against one loss by allow- 
ii^C a single hit to tte 
Bookers. The Chiefs 
showed less offensive 
punch than ttey had in pre- 
vious match-ups this year, 
gaining only six hits and 
committing four errors in 
the contest. 

Terry Morton's defend- 
ing Eastern District cham- 
pion Bayside Marlins de- 
layed tbeir district debut 
by meetii^ Norfolk Ca- 
ttolic instead. Tte Cru- 
sulers' magic proved more 
p(rtent than what tte Mar- 
lins could muster, and ttey 
WW a 4-2 decfsion over 
tte Bayside squ^. Mike 
nodes lost bis first pit- 
ehing ^rt of tte sea«w 
in tte ra^Mt as te and 
reliever Steve Prrttt pive 
^) e«bt hHs to ItorMk 
Cattelic hatters. Rhodes 
wnt tack into tte game 
in tte sixth inni^, bat 
by ttet time all tte scor- 
iag was over wltt. Tte 
MarUas arc 2-3 to ter. 



Virginia team 
ti 



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Cox's Brad Bakelaar is brushed back 
by a Jim Henley pitch during the dis- 
trict debut of Cox and Kellam April 8 
on the Knight's home diamond. Catcher 



Sun photo, by Steve Biondo 

Gene Efird (10) had a banner day for 
Kellam, collecting two hits as the Knights 
beat the Falcons, 10-7. 



Keilam to sponsor special Olympics 



KelUm High School is 
sponsoring Virginia 
B^ich's second anntal Spe- 
cial Olympics Thursday in 
tte school's stadium for 
chiWrra wttb pbysicalten- 



The event, expected to 
include {articipationbySOO 
city children, will be co- 
ordinated by Knight varsity 
track coach Roy Ammons 
and the school's Student 



Co(q>erative Association. 

Handicapped children 
from Vli^iriia Beach, in 
grades kindergarten to 12th 
will te jarticipating in ath- 
letic event, scheduled to 
bi^ia at rt.Bi- and last 



until 2 p.m. Kellam track 
squad memters will offi- 
ciate the runnii^ ami field 
events, which will inclwle 
broad jump %nd softtall 
throw. 



meet Danes 



Excei^ for a single weight class - 178 - 
pound (Uvisicm - tte Virginia scholastic wrestling 
squad that wiU meet the Danish national Junior 
Olympic team Tuesday at Princess Anne Higb SclKWl 
is set. 

In a wrestle-off Saturday at tbe American Inter- 
national Physical Fitness and School of WresUing 
gym on Princess Anne Road, hi^ school wrestlers 
from around the sUte of Virginia competed for 12 
starting spots in eight weight classes. 

The names of those wte earned starting positicns 
on the Virginia squad - teing coached bjf American 
international's Wayne Boyd - include seven wrest- 
lers from Virginia Beach wte distinguished them- 
selves on their respective high school teams last 
season. 

Winners in tte first weight class, lOS-prands, 
were Nortolk Academy's Ron Friedman ami Mike Tay- 
lor of First Colonial. Friedman b^ Tayhlor by 
a 17-2 major decision in tte finals of the Saturday 
wrestle-off but both grapplers earn themselves a 
starting spot on the s^iad. 

Terry Krets of Princess Anne, a district and re- 
gional champion this past season for the Cavaliers, 
edged out Cburchland's Mike Monaghan, - 5-2, to 
take the 115-pound starting slot on tbe Virginia team. 
At 123 - where three starting positioos are open - 
Corbin Johnson of Norfolk Academy decisioned Wes- 
tern Branch's 1975 state ctempion Wendell Hardy, 
3-1, to take one p(»ition. Hardy and former Lake 
Taylor grappler Butch Kitchen will fill the otter two. 
Cox's Graham Hudgins vaulted in the single 132- 
pound spot available by teating rival Dave Weatb- 
erly of Gi%at Bridge. Hw^ins won a 3-1 decision 
over Weatterly in tte finals of the Saturday wrestle- 
o«s. 

At 143 - pounds. First Colonial's district champ 
this last season at 138, senior Freeman Gre^, pin- 
ned Princess Anne's Jimmy Rogers at 1:43 into 
their final bout. Gregg and Rogers each move into 
the two 143--poaad ^rting qiots. 

Kellam's Carl Braso-wto n^rly completed Us 
junior s«is<m as a Knight gran)ler with an un- 
teaten record - b^t Deiriieigb's Jim UcVicker by a 
16-0 major decision to claim tte lone starting pos- 
ItlM at 154-po(mds. Bmso wrestled last season at 
167. 

In tte 165 - pound class, Norview graniler Mike 
Benzel wm a 6-3 decisiw over Mt. Vemoa's Brian 
Brearnm to take the sii^le starting slot there. 
The Senior Benzel reigned as tte 1975 Eastern Dis- 
trict 167-poiud champ last seascm. 

At 178, says CouA Boyd, ttere is as yet no de- 
finite sUrter. Ke^sville's Kyle O'Reil decisioned 
Great Bridge grapfder Ricky Adams, 3-2, Saturday 
in tte wrestle-otfs but tte Mrrow win dM not ietUe 
who wiU start. Ttere will te a re-match betwe« 
tte two later in tte week to determtiw who will 
play against tte Ik^sh tnn at ITS-porads. 

Tte Danish natioua Junior Olympic S(^d wiU 
meet tte Virginiai!* Tne$(ky at Princess Anne Hl|^ 
School. Boots will tagia at 7 p.m. 



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A-6 - Tte Sun, April 16, 1975 

Over PA. 108-28 



Marlins win 1 6th straight duai meet 



Coach Len Greenwood's 
Baystde track squad ran 
their overall track skein to 
16 consecutive wins April 
9 as the Marlins met and 
clobbered Princess Anne in 
a dual meet on the Bay- 
side home grounds, 108- 
28. 

Mike McConnell, Clinton 
Doxey and John Harrington 
^1 ;5et new Bayside school 
records in the meet. Mc- 
Connell tossed the discus 
146 feet, 1 1/2 inches while 
both Doxey and Harrington 
pole vaulted 12 feet, 6 in- 
ches to tie for the new 



mark. Jerry Mosely grab- 
bed first places tn two 
events, the 440 --in which 
he posted a time of 50.6 
seconds — and the long 
jump. Norman BiUups, a 
sophomore, tightened the 
Marlins' hold on the jump^ 
ing events by taking both the 
triple and high jump^s. He 
went 6 feet, 1 inch in the 
latter event. 

Kempsville eliminated 
Granby by aoovershelming 
92-44 score, depending on 
Mike &nderson ami Steve 
Sawyer to lead the way. 
Sanderson and Sawyer won 



four events between them. 
Sawyer won the mile with 
a nin timed at 4:28, then 
won the 880 as well. Team- 
mate Sanderson won the 
long and triple jumps — 
the latter with a leap re- 
corded at 40 feet 8 inches 
--and crossed the finish 
line first on the Martin's 
880 relay squad. 

Cox beat Maury April 9 
with an 84-52 win on the 
cinder track. The Falcons 
depended on three first 
place finished by senior 
Derek Canaan in the 220, 
the 100 and as first man 



across tlie line on the win- 
Btat FaleonSWr^ytaun. 
Butch Ffere, Brian Daig- 
neault and Herman Brock - 
ett rooBded out the vic- 
torious' relay squad in that 
event. Brockett took the 
long jump and the high 
Jump events as well, taking 
the former with a leap of 
19 feet, 11 inches. Junior 
Chris Reicli ath^ed a 16.1 
second time in the high 
hurdles to round out the 
Falcon scoring. 

First Colonial whin>ed a 
ragged Lake Taylor squad, 
10S-)1, on the two-event 



winning perfbrmance by 
Oansy Slominski, «Ik> 
gralriied first place fiolstes 
in the 440 and 8M. Team- 
mate Tucker BMUMBfi^- 
bed tlie high jump with a 
leap of 5 feet, 8 inches. In 
the weight events, junior 
Jerry Onhaizer took the 
shot put competition with a 
toss of 50 feet, 8 inches. 



Senior Roesel Meyer won 
the discus throw for the 
Patriots with a toss of 
ISZfeet, 7 inches. 



PA'sBanta wW play 
in East West game 



Princess Anne's 6-7 
basketball center, senior 
Rick Banta, has been se- 
lected to play in the Vir- 
ginia High School Coach's 
Association East-West 
All-star game, set for July 
29 in Roanoke. 

The game, to be played 
the same week as the East- 
West All-star Footballl 
. game in conjunction with 
the Virginia High School) 
League's coaching clinic, 
will pit high school bas- 
ketball stars from eastern 
Virginia against those from 
the western half of the 
state. Banta was chosen 
as a member of the 15- 
man East squad. 

"It's a great honor for 
him to be selected to play," 
said Princess Anne varsity 
basketbaU coach Leo An- 
thony. "I dtw't know oT any 
other player in Virginia 
Beach who's been se- 
lected." 



Banta led the Cavaliers 
to a 10-8 season and a 
berth in the Eastern Dis- 
trict tournament this past 
season. Th^ Cavaliers lost 



in the first round to Booker 
T. Washington. The 6-7 
performer averaged better 
than 15 points per game 
fbr Princess Anne. 



Pair win roll-off 




Virginia Beach's Lynn 
Gorman and Joe E. Brown 
Saturday were declared the 
winners in the men's and 
women's divisions of 
Brunswick's local bowling 
"roll-off," qualifying them 
to participate in the 10th 
annual "Bowl Your Way 
to Eun^" international 
tournament May 23-25 in 
Washington, D.C. 

Brown won his division 
with a game of 214, 62 
pins over his average. Se- 
cond place winner in the 
mai's division was Fran 
Bowles, of 3901 Waterside 
Covrt. Bowles rolled a 208, 



38 pins over bis average. 
Miss Gorman took her 
division after posting a high 
game of 234, 58 pins over 
her average. Pat Zirkle 
of 892 Lamplight Lane was 
the second place winner. 
She bowled a 196 game, 
56 pins over her average. 

The two winners wiU 
compete in the national as 
representatives of the local 
center. The grand prize 
for the winner for the na- 
tional event is an all-ex- 
pense paid trip to Europe. 
More tiian 400 bowlers are 
expected to participate. 



to\t league tryouts set 



Lynahaven Colt League 



M.CLAY 

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Smriec aatka, Gtrate 

Eqripaai ud Tools 

SALES AND SEXTKE 

MU AlrilM Blvd., Porta 

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Road Saturday and Sunday. 

All interested boys may 
register on the field at 10 
a.m. Saturday and 1- p.m. 
on &inday. Only boys l»m 
between August 1958 and 
Jnly 1960 are eligible to 
try out. 

For further infomution, 
contact Ed DeLong at 481- 
0121. 



L 



Beaqh boys 

dominate 
junior tourney 

Coach BUI Gutermuth's wrestling responsibilities - 
and interests - do not rest come March, contrary 
to popular belief. The Cox grappling mentor re- 
cently co-directed with Wayne Boyd of the American 
Intentttional School of Wrestling, the first sUte- 
wide wrestling tourney for boys aged 7 to 13 April 
5 at Cox High School. 

The tourney attracted club teams and individuals 
from all around the state as well as Virginia Beach, 
and saw more than 100 boys participate, wrestling 
for first, second and third place tro|riiies in 18 
difierent weight classes. 

Virginia Beach boys - wrestling with a number 
of different club teams - garnered M <rf the 54 
state finishes in the tourney. 

At the smallest weight class, 49-pounds, Kemps- 
ville's Doug Sody and Frank Boyd of American In- 
ternational's team finished second and third. Lewis 
Winston of American International and Chris Fel- 
thonsen of the SSth Street Club (Virginia Beach) 
also took second and third in the 54-pound class. 
At 59, Jimmy McGovern took a first and Joe Matiko 
grabbed second place. Both wrestled for American 
btemational. The club took places in the next three 
weight-classes as well, with Tim Harrell in secmd 
at 64-pounds; David Holland at 69-pounds finishing 
first in his class; and Joey Barnes and Jeff Bums 
taking first and third, respectively, at 74. 

At 79-pounds there were two Beach winners - 
second-place finisher Steve Edwards of the SSth St. 
Club and American Internationales Chris Rimzo in 
third. Boyd's clirt) team also placed Davis Johnson 
in firs t place at 8S-pounds; Scott Man sfield in 
first at 89; Jimmy Wootten and B^iy Kerr in first 
at 94 and 99-pounds; Bobby HarreU in third at the 
104-pound slot; Wayne Waller in second at 114; 
David Bimn and George Iwram in first at U9 and. . 

Sjiounds^ respecti*ly^ Brmjlffml^m I 
Mat 129. V t • •;•->»- ...f ., ^^, 

Hw SSth Street Clid> additiooaUy placed Steve 
Edwards in second, at 79; Dave Pritchett in first 
place at 109-pounds; Jabn Feltbousen in second at 
the 124-ponnd slot; George Holsey in first at 129; 
and Jim Gaudreau, who finished third in the 130 
to ISO-poimd competition, considered heavyweight. 

The Kempsville Little Rascals additionally placed 
Bill Parr in second place at 84-pounds and John 
Rimarski, who placed third in the 119-pound com- 
petition. 




Bayside miler Alan Bufton 
strains for the finish line ahead 
of princess Anne's John Dean 
during the April 9 dual meet 
between the two schools at Bay- 



side. Bufton was timed at 4:36.8 
to take first place in the event. 
The Marlins out-distanced PA 
by a 108-28 score, taking their 
16th consecutive track win. 



Seahawks win two 
titlesHHiii city extTaWur^ 



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dty diamplonsUp April 5 
by defeatbig Kempsville 
Junior in the finals of the 
beginning level tourney. 
"The Seahawks, who won the 
contest on their home 
court, included Maurice 
Fisher^ Jeff Howard, Harry 
Smithsoo, Donny Dozier, 
Robert Cretianore, Jamie 
Pl^, ABthc»y James, Billy 
Wuhbum, Stevie James, 
RusseU Walsh, Brian Haff- 
loan and Rob Crocker. 

A Virginia Beach Junior 
High squad also won the 
city extramural volleyball 
title — in a game pUyed 



at Firrt Colonial — by 
beating the Plaza Junior 
High Trojans in the fi- 
nals of the tournament. 
Members of the victorious 
Seahawk team were Leon 
Lawson,. Guy Morgan, Joe 
Flory, Skid Harwood, John- 
ny Magewski, Ken Hollo- 
man, Jay Man>, Britt Si- 
mcn, JeffCraig, Matt Turk, 
Brian Bean and William 
PhUlips. 

At Cox, in the finals of 
tiie advanced boy's badiet- 
ball toomey, the Falcon 
team came away with the 
title by beating contender 
First Colonial. Taking the 
Coi team to victory were 
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In girl's gymnastics at 
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Dawn Galvin and Peggy 
Kemps won in the uneven 
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petition, respectively. 
Bayside Jimior's Cheryl 
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'The chicks are back' for Beach tennis 



By STEVE BIOMDO 
Sm Staff Wriltr 

Itere is a aev look in Virgioi^ Beach scholastic 
tenia ttis a^sm, the look of boddi^ yowg Chris 
Everts ami Billy Jeaa Kings gracefully working out 
(M the clay courts, poweriag their schools to glory 
by flma tm-haaded swipes «ith their aluniain rac- 
kets. 



"It's a mirtcle," s^s Cox girl's coach Mary 
JSM Bremr, c^i^irttag m the surprising success 
and relative snootbiess «ith which the girls' tennis 
program has slid into its first year in Virginia Beach. 

For Carol Chory -- who confesses a personal 
attachment to the game above her protessiooal com- 
mittment as both girl's tennis and gymnastics ccacb 
at Princess Anne • the season brought a long- 



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Ita^ptfUe at Cox 

KitemttUte Taylor 

Book«r T. VaaUngtoB at Princess Aue 

BayaUe Joito- tt LyHfeam Jimior 

Plan Jwiior at tad^cndeMC Jnritn- 

Kei^MviUc Anior at Pria^Ms Ame Joaior 

Itorklk Catholic at KelUm 

OU^A at PriacMs Amk 

On at Graaby 

Maury tf Kemiayille 

Lake TaybMT at Firirt Colonial 

Iadl|M«teace Jinior at Vliglaia Beach Junior 

Lynfeavoi #«nior at KomwriQe Junior 

Priacess Awe Juaior at Plasa Jmiior 



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Princess Anne 316, Baysi<te 337, Coi KO, Norvie* 

437 at Redwing 

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Thursday 

KempsvUle 308, Maury 364, Norview 404, at Bow 

Creek. 

First ColMlal 302, Lake Taylor 325, Cox 345, 

Bayside 353, at Red Wing. 

PrlMess Anne 306, Kellam 316, Booker T. Wash- 

ingttm 343, Graaby 403, at Stumpy Lake. 



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KaqwvUle, Kellam, Bayside and Coz at Bow Creek 
Grariqr, First Colcwial, Nonriew, and Booker T. 
WaAiagtaa at Redwing 
Princess Aaae, Maury and Lake Taylor at Ocean View 

Boy's Tennis 

Teday 

Kempsville at Princess Anne 

llanday 

KefflpsriOe at Deep Creek 

FrUay 

Priacess Anne at First Colmiial 

KempsvUle at Kellam 

Bayskie at Gninhv 

Girl's Tennis 

Today 

First ColMial at Kellam 

Friday 

Kempsville at Bayside 

KeUanf at Princess Anne 

First Colonial at Coz 

Tuesday 

Bayside vs. Kellam at Priacess Ame 

First Qdoalal at KempsviUe 

Priacess Aaae at Cox 



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KMBpsville S, Granby 4 

KeUam 6, Lake Taylor 3 

Bayside 8, Booker T. Washii«ton 1 

First Colonial 5, Norview 4 

Itarsday 

Priacess Aue 7, Lake Taylor 1 

Girl's Tennis 

Coz 6, KeUam 3 

Ftavt Qdoiyal 7, Bayside 2 

Boy's Tracic 

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Coz 84, Maary 52 
Kempsville 82, Granby 44 
Bayside 108, Princess Anne 28 
First Colonial 105, Lake Taylor 31 



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Norvie w itf First Col(»ial 

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Junior High Tracic 

Today 
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Plasa Jodor at Priacess Aane Joaior 

Boy's Gymnastics 

Today 

Kellam at Bayside 

First Colonial at Kempsville 

Results 

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Grairt>y 7, First Colonial 6 

Kempsville 4, Booker T. Washingtoa 1 

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awaited realization ttat women's athletics at the scho- 
lastic level are here to stay. 

"We have such a stroi% team. We have good depth 
right down to the tenth player," says Coach Brewer 
about her Falcon team. Despite the fact that the team 
consists of one senior and cme junior while the rest 
of the roster is made up of sophomores, experience 
is still the keynote behiid Cox's success. "Some of 
them have been playing for so long it's incredible," 
explains Miss Brewer. 

Success for Cox this year means a clean sweep <of the 
Falcon's first four matches, over Kempsville, First 
Colonial, Kellam and — last week ~ a 6-3 decision 
over the Cavaliers. Miss Chory's PA squad had also 
previously gone uidteaten^io its first three matches. 

"I was surprised," reflected Coach Brewer after 
the win. "All of our singles won. I didn't tUnk we 
would beat them that bad." 

Higli point of the momentous meeting between the 
two teams April 9 -- a make-up of the match origi- 
nally scheduled the week before and rained out -- 
was the meeting of the two squad's No. 1 (dayers, 
Princess Anne st^bomore Cindy Hatcher and Cox 
junior Pam Negley. The young Falcon player dowi»d 
her Cavalier oppcmeni by winning the best two out of 
three sets played. 

"She was playing a real good kid," says Coach 
Chory (rf her young protege. "She's jnst not as strong 
as Negley in strategy or experience. Cindy would make 
mistakes that the other wouldn't." 

Miss Brewer agreed that young Negley perhaps had 
the advantage over Hatcher in the match. "Pam is a 
real consistent player," she says. "9ie has excellent 
balance and shows good strokes." 

Cindy herself took the loss in stride. "We're real 
good friends," she says. We todt tennis classes to- 
gether last summer so we got to know one amilher 
pretty well. I know 1 didn't look very good." 

Regardless of her personal record, Miss Hatcher 



Is eager to see the PA squad reach the finals of the 
first Eastern District girl's tennis tournament to be 
May 3 at a site yet to ne designated. "We're going 
to do fantastic," she maintains. "We've got a rAl 
good team. Everybody's tViog real hard so I hc^ 
we do well." 

Cindy's youthful enthusiasm has not failed to rub 
oS on her coach, but Miss uiory is realistic about 
the development yet needed in | the program in spite 
of the early high quality of (he competition. The 
future, she thinks, is bright, buf there is still a long 
road to travel. ■ 

"At this stage of the game ^ey already have to 
have that certain quality to compete," says Coach 
Ctory. "Then with a lot of work, and improvement, 
they'll be good." 

Miss Brewer, who coached Cox's girl's basketball 
team this past winter, obviously agrees with her 
colleague but stresses the difference in coaching 
philosoirtiies. "I try to make it a team sport," says 
the former Old Dominion University player. "It's 
a different kind of sport. Our people should think 
of the team and the school first, and themselves 
second." 

The Cox mentor, riding cm the crest of her team's 
4-0 chart, is eqimlly convinced that once the girl's 
tennis program hits high gear, tennis will enjoy -- 
If it has not already — a sort of renaissance in Vir- 
ginia Beach. "1 really think it's going to increase the 
(tennis) interest in the city," says the coach. "We've 
had real good crowds at the matches, and I think 
with the way athletics is headed that things will only 
get t>etter." 

But hassles still occur, as during the crucial 
PA-Cox match when the Cavalier marching band 
Ind taken advantage, of the afternoon sunshine to 
practice for an iqwoming event on the parking lot 
next to the tennis courts. 

Sighs Miss Brewer, "You get accustomed to it." 



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Red Cross cupboards overflow at UCF facility 



At tbe Virginia Beach branch of the Amer- 
ican Red Cross, the cupboards aren't tiare. 
They're crammed. 

Pearl Mallory, casework supervisor for 
the Beach Red Cross office, admits that the 
agency's working si»ce at the Virginia Beach 
Service Center in the Princess Theatre 
building on Virginia Beaph Boulevard leaves 
a lot to be desired. 

, Dozens of books the Red Cross uses for 
it3 courses jam the shelves of its cup- 
boards, and film reels for educational pro- 
grams are stashed under a table. 

Mrs. Mallory doesn't mind giving up her 
desk occasionally to a volunteer who comes 
in to help out. 

But in no uncertain terms, she's looking 
forward to the day when the United Way 
Family Center, a $2.1 project which will 
b^in construction this summer, becomesthe 
new operations center for the Red Cross 
as well as a half dozen other Beach social 
service agencies. 

"It's crowded," she admitted, "Imt we can 
manage," although she said the Red Cross 
would use its resources much more effi- 
ciently in a better facility. 

The new center, which has been on the 
drawing boards since 1969, is planned for a 
five-acre site west of Mt. Trashmore at 
Southern Boulevard. 

The United Community's Fund (UCF) plans 
to Imild the center using its capital fUnds 
campaign, according to the B^cb service 
center director Gerald Rosenmeier. 

Bids are beii% accepted now, and be re- 
ported that they wiU be (q>ened May 1. 
Hopefully, he added, the construction will 
begin in June, and the facility will be com- 
pleted by 1977 

"The population of Vii^ iaia Beach is ei- 
panding so rapidly, " Rosenmeier eq)lained, 
"services have not been able to keep up. 
Suddenly not only tbe agencies, but tbe 



UCF, was faced with the problem." 

In 1969 the Virginia Beach Council of 
Federated Woman's Clubs suggested that 
various agencies work together in an joilit 
facility in which they could share a recep- 
tionist, meeting rooms and office equip- 
ment rather than setting iq) their own in- 
dividual facilities. 

Although the construction of such a fac- 
ility was years away, UCF decided to g« 
ahead with the concept using a network of 
offices in the Princess Theatre Buildins-^ 
adminlstrati<m-oriaited, Rosenmeier said 
the new United Way Family Center, with its 
gynmasium and Olympic - sized swimming 
pool, the first public pool in the Beach, 
will emphasize family activities. 

It will provide us with all kinds of 
opportunities we've never had befpr£."Jir 
said. 

The pool alone will give both tbe Red 
Cross and the Young Women's Christian As- 
sociation (YWCA) a facility for swimming 
instruction, and it also will be available 
for use by schools. 

"We'll focus scheduling arouiHl streng- 
theni!^ family life," Rosenmeier said, from 
the org^catiOBs which concentrate on act- 
ivities such as the Boys' Club and Girl 
Scouts to groiqis such as tbe Family Ser- 
vice/Travelers Aid and Catholic Family 
and Children's Service which offer counsel- 
iag services. 

"We're emiriasizing to tlie agencies," he 
said, "that this is an important direction 
fbr them to go. Fifty-foor per cent of the 
population of Virginia Beach is under 25. 
They are young family groups faced with all 
the problems that go along with raising young 
chUdren." 

As for the Red Cross, volunteers and 
workers there will simply be glad to get 
enough room to do their job - frmn class- 
es and services to military families and 



mengMCF b^ to those left hcMnetess and 
wittKmt food ud clothing following disasters, 
such as Ores; 

For exanidft, she noted, "oor pre-natal 
classes are popping at the seams. Our May 
class Ibr eiqieetant parents is already filled,' 
she added, and even a shoehorn would kA 
find room for more persons in the small 
dassroom the Red Cross shares with other 
agencin at the service center. 

The Red Crws is also unable to (qserate 
a Mood program from its present office, 
Mrs. Mallory said, becanse there is not 
enough space to set up equipment and to 
provide cots for blood doners «lu might 
ne«i them. 

And with the aew family center, daytime 
dassfs will be a possibility, she a dded. 



"We can only teach night classes here," 
she e^lained, and in cases where there 
is public demand, the Red Cross scouts 
Um Beach for whatever facilities are avail- 
able. 

But with an adequate CaciUfy, she said, 
"we could do a better job of it" because 
educational materials, such as the dum- 
mies and stretchers for first aid courses, 
woald not have to be transported from one 
class location to another. 

UCF is presefltly collecting funds for its 
capital improvement program. It's goal is 
$4.5 million for Tidewater facilities, includ- 
ing the Beach center. 

Rosenm«ier eieourages Slach residents 
to make contributioDS to the fond, "and I 
certainly hope they designate it for the Vir- 
ginia Beach family center," he added. 

Coatributlcms can be maiIed4o UCF through 
the Virginia Beach Service Center, 3177 
Virglsla Belch Blvd., Virginia Beach, 23452 
or to the United Way Agency Building, 
815 Llev^yn Ave., Post Office Box 388, 
Noriolk 23501. 




Red Cross casework supervisor Peari 
Mallory (righi) and secretary Oebbi 
Howard work on one of the cases wtifch 
pass through the agency's office at the 
Virginia Beach Service Center in the 
Princess Anne Theatre building. 



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Susan Taylor, (left), a Princess Anne 
Wigh School commercial art student, 
shows her instructor, Jean Doyle, the 
design w^ich boosted her to the finals 
of the Viking emblem contest. The red. 



Design talces 
student to 



white Mtd blue emblem fjbatures Mars, 
the Earth and a plant which syn4>olizds 
the search for life in outer space, one 
of the functions of the Viking mission. 



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Crosscurrents is a new way to hear what Virginia Beach 
people have to say and a new way for you to be heard. 

What are we facing? What are we accon^lishing? What are 
our opinions and goals. CrossCurrents invites Virginia Beach 
to tpetk to itself. There are no specified formats or tt^ics and 
no restrictive rules. Just write any way you feel is suitable, 
and by all means, write about whatever you please. 

CrossCurrents is a clearing house of ideas, for, about and from 
Virginia Beach - a place where we can communicate with one 
anottier. 

Watch for CrossCurrents beginning soon in The Sun. 



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NASA finals 



Connect Virginia Beacii 



An emblem designed by 
a Virginia Beach student 
symbolizing the National 
Aeronautics and Space Ad- 
ministration's (NASA) Vi- 
king missions has climl>ed 
to tbe finals in a nation- 
wide contest. 

An emblem designed by 
Susan A. Taylor, a Vir- 
ginia Beach Vocational 
Technical Educational 
Center commercial art 
student, may be carried 
by tbe NASA's Viklhg 
spacecraft on its journey 
to Mars this summer. 

NASA selected the best 
10 ^signs submitted by 
high school stwtents 
throughoot tbe United 
States for final considera- 
tion. Tbe winner will be 
announced this month. 

Miss Taylor and her 
spcmsoring teacher, JnaJ. 
CKoyle, hiT« hwt invited to 
an eipmse-paid Vikii^ Ed- 



utational Conference attte 
Kennwly Space Center in 
August to observe the Vik- 
i^ launch. « 

Tbe spaceship, lidch 
will be used in scientific 
exploration of Mars, will 
be the first U.S. space- 
craft to land on another 
planet. It is eq>ected to 
arrive on Mars on July 
4, 1976. 

Hiss Taylor, a Princess 
Anne. High School student, 
resides at 341 Rose Marie 
Ave., Virginia Beach. She 
itos to work in commer- 
cial art vhrashegradaates 
in June. 

Viitul> Beach Vo-Tech 
Center won sev«j of 10 
regional awards in the re- 
gional competiUon for six 
middle Atlantic states. The 
contest was sponsored 
jointly by NASA and tbe 
Ntfional Scioce Tem^en 
Association. 



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Head Start boost 



A jump on education 





Wheiher it's helping clean the 
class aquarium or dabbing bright 
paints on a paper-covered easel, 
pre-school youngsters enrolled 
in Virginia Beach Project Head 
Start programs are engaging in 
learning experiences that will 
give mem a jump later on in 
school. 

Faithe Nichols, 5, dau^ter of 
mtfN^ Ifr*. ja»tlet Omigtellty 
of Aragona Boulevard, fta^s a 
smile as she uses a fishnet to 
rinse aquarium gravel at St. 
Aidens' Child Development Cen- 
ter in Kings Grant. 

Arts and crafts at the Plea- 
smt Grove Child Development 
Center in Kempsville occi^iies 
Michael Smith, 5, son of Inez 
Smith of Whtehurst Landing Road, 
who demonstrates a bold artistic 
flair with a paintbrush, while 
Wanda Fentress, 4, daughter of 
Vandelia Fentress of Whitehurst 
Landing Road, concentrates on a 
crayon drawing. 



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Comedy explores 
marital difficulties 



k» -Mtry, Mary, 
e(^ produeticm, 
Jagger play an 



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Fran Peterson and Mary 
en^faged couple waiting 



for cofi^tetion <rf divorce proceedings 
freeing ttie VMNild-t^e gr(K>m before they 
can marry. 



Aojrtxxly who's disgusted with tbeir spouse and about 
readjt to dump him or ber, faults and all, into div- 
orce court syiould pick iq> «NDe tickets to Ifary, 
Mary" now pUying at the Virglma Beach Little 
Theater, there's a good chance that, like the couple 
ready to split tq> in this play, they might be only 
a few arguments away from a good relationship. 
This is u ontstandii^ low-key comedy that does 
tone lieaKhy exploration Into tte gaps of wder- 
standing that can develop between busl>and and wife. 

The wife in this case, Mary, was one oftEbse- 
b>eckle-faced tomboys with braces everybody re- 
calls from their childhood. She still can't believe 
■store tas fiMlly turned her into a beautiful woman 
and resorts to tavmts and sarcasm to punish ber 
husband for iK>t giving ber tbe reassurance she needs. 
Hary is played with creditable insigbt by Linda 
Gr^ who is a fine actress but who, unfortunately, 
lacks a M of the tttsic oroeriness this role re- 
qirires. 

Fran Petersw - tbe real-life husl»nd of Linda 
Green - gives an energetic performance as the hus- 
t»nd who a^yaes everything, includli^ himself, 
and who frequently has to ask himself "Am I ner- 
ftow?' or "Am f ai«ry? to find out if he really is. 
mm trying to win his wife 1»ck, be has to list the 
raasM* «^ th^ should stay togetlwr In A. B, C, 
nd D Mtttt'tUtf, 41 MiSM, wwM rather te tort 
his Cartesian logic and stuffed it. 

Ross Gottsteitt is wen cast as Oe lawyer boi>- 
iag to reconcile tte couple for financial reastms. 



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Performances for "Mary, Mary," an 
adult comedy production by the Vir- 
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S:$0 p.m. 'Friday and Saturday. At 
tte Little Theatre, 24th Street and 
Barberton Drive. Tickets are $3.75 
for adults and $2 for students. 
For reservatbms. call 428-9523. 

Ctae is almost tempted to invite him off the stage 
for advice on A, T 4 T or Xerox. 

Two others add to a stroi^ supporting cast. Don 
Hipsman plays a movie-star neighbor hoping to lure 
away Mary. Weak casting in this role could have 
seriously damaged tbe whole performance, but Hips- 
man is well-suited to |^is job awl gets thnragh 
It with ease. 

Mary Jagger, as Tiffany, the possible second wife 
for the httSlMnd, started off slow in tte first act 
btf , in the flaal scenes, finally got (town to some 
heavy-duty campiag around as the slightly whacky 
character she was sui^sed to l>e. With just a lit- 
tle more flash she might give the two stars a rm 
for their mimey on turning on the audiences. 

De^te a small airiience lor the Sunday matinee, 
the Virginia Beach Little T^ter has definitely 
pA some ttm entertainment to offer in this show, 
and it is easily recommended. Even if you aren't 
plamiii^ to get a divorce. 

- Tony Eller 



^a^^^^i^^a^h^Afl 



B-2-TheSun, April 16, 1975 




FOR THE FUTURE 



TODAY 



FRIDAY 



OFFICERS' WIVES LuNCHEON 

Service Group Two Officers Wives Cli* will have 
a luncheon today at 11 a.m. at the "O" Club, Nor- 
folk Naval Statioa. Election of officers and a si- 
Itat auction are scheduled. 

"GODSPELL" 

The Cox High School Fine Arts Dqnrtmoit will 
present the musical "Godspell" 7:30 tonight in the 
school auditorium. Tickets are flM in advance and 
|2 at the door. To purchase tickets, call 481-6207. 

MAY FARM GARDEN CLUB 

Mrs. M.H. Todd will present a {n^ram on "Oral 
Jwi^ing" at the meeting of the May Fam Garden 
Club today at 8 p.m. at Kings' Grant Presbyterian 
Church. 



THURSDAY 



HJINJTC COMPETITIOR 

Navy Junior Reserve Officer Trainii^ Corps 
(NJROTC) units from Bayside, Coi, First Colonial, 
Kellam, Kempsville and Princess Aigue High Schools 
will compete 10 a.m. Thursday at the parade groaod 
at Little Creek Naval Ampliibions Base. 

NIMITZ ENLISTED WIVES 

The Nimits Enlisted Wives' Clab wUl meet Tlnrs- 
day, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Ship 'N Shore Wives' 
Club 00 the Naval Operations Base, Norfolk. For 
more information call Lois Adams at 480-2749. 



"GODSPELL" 

The Coz High School FIm Arts Departnoit wiU 
present "GodspeU" 7:30 p.m. Tlnrsday. See today's 
Ustli«. 

-A TASTE OF HWIEY" 
Jhe Norfolk T h e a tr c- rp n ter wi ll pra awi f A T as t e 



of Jioney" 8 p.m. Thursitay at 345 W. Freemason 
St., Norfolk. Tickets ar$ |3J0 for aitaKs and 12.50 
for students and military. For reservations. eaU 
627-1234. . 




GRASS FED BEEF 

SIRLOIN STEAK 99« b. 
T BONE OR , '^^ 

POTTERHOUSE ^- * 
R» STEAK MJ^ib. 

DELMONK)0 9109,. 
STEAKS ^- "* 



STEW BEEF BONELESS SSflb. 
SHOULDER ROAST 8941b. 
CHOICE ROAST, CENTER CUT 794 b. 
SHORT RIBS OF BEEF 59# lb. 
PLATE BEEF 494 «> 



WE NOW CARRY TWO GRADES OF BEEF, NATU- 
RALLY THE BEEF THAT MADE DS FAMOUS. U.A.D.A. 
CHOICE BEEF, YIELD 3 OR BETTER. WE HAVE 
ADDED A SECOND GRADE OF BEEF!!! GRASS FED 
Pf""- LEAJ'EH, CHEAPER, HEALTHIER, LESS FAT, 
h^^^^F^^^' TOUGHER, COOK SLOW FOR 
TENDERNESS. TTIIS BEEF AVERAGES APPWOIMATE- 
LY Mc TO 75c LB. CHEAPER-DEPENDING ON THE CUT 
OF BEEF, FOR EXAMPLE 




RED CROSS BLO(X>MOBIL£ 

The Ocean Pait Woman's Clri> Red Crocs v(d- 
oBteers will man a bloodmobile at Tidewaler CoB- 
raunity College from 9 a.m. to 2 Mi^Frtday. 

flBTTSUCTiON SEMIMMt 

The School of CcMrtioviag Stadia at Old DominiOB 
University (ODU) will sfomor a one-day pragram 
OS iwttviitaaUzed instmctlon for area pdtlic tad 
IHlvate school administrators, sq>ervia«HV and tea- 
chers from 9:30 a.m. to 4 pjn. Friday at the Mar- 
iner Resort Motor Inn, STtk Sb-eet and Octuimi, 
Virginia Beach. 

The $25 reglstratioB fee iadndes all materials, 
Imch and coffee breaks. For more btfonaattaa, 
call the ODU Profesdoaal Programs Service at 
489-6398. 

lED CMss miims 

Rep. WUlian WUteburst (R-Virginia Beach) viU 
be guest qwaker at the annual dinner meetug d 
ate TUewater Chapter, American Red Cross 6:30 
Friday nigtt at the Admiralty Hotel ia Norfidk. 
For informatiao or reservations, contact the Red 
Cross at 625-6791. 

BICEMTENMIAL ART 

Friday is the deadline for the pea a«l iA eiai- 
petitioD qxmsored by tlw Bicentaaaial Cooaissiin 
of Virginia Beach. Artiste 18 fears or oidar Bay 
svtoalt drawings of one of 19 Beaeh hMBCs dating 
bade to the Revolatiaaary era. Ei^ blanks and in- 
forra^ion are availaUe at the Uceoteaaial oOice, 
318 19th St., Virginia Beach. 



-GODSPELL" 

Cox High School will present 
p.m. Friday. (See today's listing.) 



'Gaispai" 7:30 



"A TASTE OF BOHET" 

ne Norfolk Theatre Center will preseat "A Taste 
of Honey" 8 p.m. Friday. (See Tharsday's Ustii«.) 

-BTE BTE BSIME" 

nasa Junior High School will pmeat the mostcal 
"Bye Bye Birdie" 7:30 FrMay night io the sdiool 
aiiditiH*ium, South Lynnbaven Road. Tickets are |1. 



LITTLE THEAIVI 

The Virginia Beaeh Lfltte Theatre will ^tmiA 
the comedy 'Mary, Mary" 8:30 p.m. Friday ia flie 
Uttle l^eatre at 24th Straet and BarberttaDrtve. 
Tiefaflts aee |t.7S fn- adidta and ft lor i/Mata 
Far naanattDHi, call 4»-9S2S. . M. 



SATURDAY 



SEatSTABaS* iOailAR 

The Virginia Beach Chai^er of the National Sec- 
retaries Association will preseirt "Sj^^ Toar 
Wlags," a professional devefopBeat seniaar for sec- 
reteries, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Satvday at the 
Greea Ran campw td Tklewater Comwodty Col- 
lege. 

PLEA MARKET 

The Princess Anne Hi|^ SiAmA DrtU TcaB'^vill 
sponsor its second araraal flea market tram t a.B. 
to 4 p.m. Satnr&y at Ow school to ralaaBeMjr 
to attend the Apple M>ssom Fntival hi Winchester. 
S^ces are availdde for |S. For iafravatioB, call 
SM-7081 or 3tt-8469. Rain date is April ». 

COOHTBTFAIR 

A cdoatry fair wiU be fn»i 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Satnrday at Cape Henry School, 1320 First Colonial 
Roid. Tbe fair will Include pony rides, Uago, game 
booths and booths selling clotUog, arti^, wUte 
elephi^s, baked goods, toys ganleaiag iteos aad 
|»x>dncts for tbe garden. 

PLAETSALE 

Brittany Polnto Garden Cull's plairt sale viU be 
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satorday at Traatwood El- 
ementary School, 2344 Inlynview Road. Plants laclade 
tnUt trees, vegetable plaats, bediUng (riaats aad 
shmbs. 

BICEMTEENIAL GALA 

The Bicentennial Commission of Virginia Beach 
will hold a reception Satnrday tnm 6:30 to 9 p.m 
at the Officers' Mess on Ft. ^ry. Tidt^ are 
anilaUe for a donatioi d |7.50 per penon pay- 
able to Bice^eaaial Gala at tte conunlssiaH oOice, 
318 19th St. 

(HW BALLET 

OU DiNBiaioo University Commaatty Ballet and 
Theatre Ballet Ccmipany will presetA its aaaaal 
qtring prodnctlon, "Choreo-fkama aad Dance ^m- 
{rinay" at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Satarday at the Ua- 
iverstty Theatre at 46tb iSreet aad Haa^ta Bon- 
lavard. Tickets are ^ for i^alto ad |1 for tMU- 
ren. For reservattcns call 489-6291 Tiitrtiji 



PUBLIC AUCTION 
AUTOMOBLES « TRUCKS 
iiOUSTRIAL EQUPMENT 
USED AND SURPLUS 

The City of Virgtaria Bach, Vlrgiiria will ree^vc Udk 
at public ancttoB tor 90 imits ased nrtonolttea, trads 
and industrial etpipmegl of varioas years (rfmuafactare 
and makes on the groonds of the City Gar^ toctfed on 
Lee Roy Drive off Saboard Road near Prianss Anne 
Courthouse at 11.00 A.M. on Satarday, A|n11 19, 1975. 
Interested persons may view the mttM (hnrhig noraal 
working hours Friday, April 18, 1975 on ttwjrooda of 
the City Garage, and at the same tiiM, wffl be ^vca 
a detailed listlag u.to registerad Idertflertiw te tta 
WiU. The City nsertes the r^ to mIM^ -ifn'f 
knr Mds accipUte for aits, Md tor^««Mf «tf^ 
Ute. »K^uM UMen m^ be pnparad to mlar 
nA B^t at the ckMtag at mek nto to r s c a ita ttBe 
traurfer. Employees of the City erf Virgil BaaA nd 
members of their immediate families are wrt ellgflrte 
toWd. ^^ 

Rmvm E. JoNwon, AuettonMr 
BH S. Davit, Pur^iMtag AfMl 

A^H If it 






"VnESTEUUEE" 

naa JadM- «M^ Sduri Din vreatui "Bye B^ 
Birdie" 7:S0 p.m. &tantay in Am Mted aatftcN^mn. 
(See Frktaty's listii«,) 



'GOBOSLi,' 

(^ m^ 8(^001 will 
Siteday to the 
Ustiag.) 



mcnrnXI FLEA HABXST 

The M'^NRKd Ciite L«a«ne's 
mim ade i«l ht April » M P 
Chn^ frMB 9 a.m. to 5 p.n. Proe ea dt tnm the 
aale iffi be aaed for conBWBlty pn^e^. To re- 



ilhr flea 
LattMu 



"God^eU" 1:90 p.m. 
anditortUB. (Sea today's 



rtf , M0-ll». » 



iaana ^adda^ Cnlr Tyr- 
LMIeft ^ 



eta, ilO-SM. 



-ATAsnt^miEr' 

Itorl(A Theatre Center wiU preseat "A Ta^ of 
■onty" • p.B. Satarday. (See Thnraday's Ustiag.) 

UTTLSmAnE 

The mrgWa Bwch Little Thaatre wUI ptaaeat 
"Mary. Ibry" 8:30 p.m. Satarday. (See Friday's 
listiag.} 



SUNDAY 



OOOiALUtT 

tit OU Ooa^uoB Uaivaraity ConuMdty Ballat 
mi th«^ Baltet Company wiU present "Chorno- 
Oraaa ui Dnn Aphony' 3 p.m. Smttr. (See 
flhtordqr'a Uatfa«.) 



mmtuam 

^teca AeeoBpUahoMate", the April pngnm of 
a* tei^ Beaeh PMie SdMtis' Plaaatariaa, will 
he ar a ii ii ted tf 7 p.B. SMqr at the jdaaetejrlra 
la naa inriin- H^ Sdnfl. 3080 S. Lpitevea 
lend. Ateisdoa ia ftaa. Fmr raaemitians, 
4M-1871. 



AlflAWdUflSIALE 

Bb Aiptor of ^irilaa : 
•10 qpeu^ u arts an4 ertfs Mia AprU 
M tnm W a.a. to 5 p.*. itf Wwiiaia Ca aii lij 
Skofftit Ct^ti», S90e Gaiwy Wu tiwifia t Wghway. 

Protaadi froB tta anlry latiMiaUon lla alD 
hoitft T W ew rt a r Hfr wi t ttm Isr MatiM ^Umb's 
(TAIC) BUiday Hsaaa, a r«riiMlid ImII^'Vm. 
miiniiiTj rntefiM Mi anotieaany dMpsM paevw 
af BMtoa oaMi aad tta a n rraaBHag «raa. 

For etttj laiorBatioa caD m». OBriaa Paliaa 
at 4U'tm cr Mrs. C^sig EbMar M 4M*17M. 



BUMKfl 

The nttlata Baa4± Raptor a( Qpnton 9gaa 
iUifta vffl partielpila la a baaatt hi» rhie fran 
1 to S B.B. A|tU tf Ik- ft. JadaOUdrM'ale- 
" Hfl^Wai ~ 



Tha ride WiU be^ j« Wdnry 
ElaaMatai7 Sehwd ia Great Bridga, 
Vw WoniMiB on the ride or spoaam- fonu, < 
tKt Mrs. Larff EwB tf 487-3280. 



TUESDAY 



. IBTOKIC GAUHPr VEEE 

The Virgiria Baadi Garda CM will ^oaaor a 
tnr of >dx hanaaa ia the Baach tnm 10 a.B. to 
5 p.B.,naadqr. Ttefcete ara |S aad any be <ml««l 
thiB UAad mrpata Bank. fteUlc Awwa aad 3«h 
Stre^. Lamteoa will be avallabte tf Galitoe &ta- 
eepal Chardi, PaeUle AwMe aad 30th SIraet, ftma 
12 aooa t o^2 p .B. T oiot aro at allrtie lor groops 

""^af 15 "Or awre. ~F<ff Hatoi Batlua caU~4M 5088Ty~ 
411-5114. 

KJUITBIAIKni 

-IhrBiCh 8i*iid. (See 8Baday'alisti«.) 

NEXfwEEK 



lOnZDB PARTY 
The Anioaa CoBBnnity Recmatiaa Cater imrtiM 
AragiBa-PaiirtKtike seaior cttiscas to a 'fM Ae- 
«Bdatod" party iMiril 27 at t p.B. at thecMln-. 
m DeUna Laae ia AragoM VlUva. Thar* wm 
be Ba^ aad refrnhaMirta. Can 4M-Sm or M- 
1726 tor traaifwrtatioa. 

ODD CMOt COHCOtT 

Old DoBiiden Untvarstty Coaeert Choir viB par- 
larB irt 3:20 pa. April 27 at tt. FrHebi l^is- 
eipal Chardi, 509 RoaaaiMt Boad. - 
ft<aa. 



■ED CMS BU>ODilOea.E 

The Oeaaa Pufc Wmmm's CUb lad Craaa vol- 
antaers «iU aaa a Wnm ha o h fla tnm f a.B. to 



MVAL AWAUC 

laar Ada. Uehaid £. 
laaulaa Roada imtiUuj, 

2>tf 11:30 a.a.l^0w 
Naval Anqihttioni 
pqahle to COJi 
CXL. Saaaaen, 464 
Mk. Va. 2S11. 




ha aaflad to Mn. 
I, Kaval Hatton, Ror- 



PTA 

Tha t^tiWa Coar««s of Fareate aad Taaehera, 
TtOnvhr nutrki. will mndad ite maaal ^aar 
aarttag AprU 24 at Waddagtan Ugh School. Nor- 
ftft. Itegiatntiaabagtaa at S:48p.a.ttd diver will 
ha aervad at 8:30 p.a. The gaaaral aeeU^ will 
start at 8 p.B. Ga<age 0. TVa^wa. firat viea- 
praaideat d the Vlrgtaia Coagreaa, will be gaaat 
weaker oa the topic. "PTA Eapiaaaway to Coaaan- 
ieatioa uat McBberrii4>." 




I CLUB 
Tartar a a abw ii tt Oa 8n- 
O* af WtrUm win ha gnaato 

of honr at tta ot EaHtaWna 'a aOw iMirartary 
taa 2 P.B. imU 2» at As loata af ttra. T. laaaph 
MeOontM, 41M CwaB load, Vlfi^ Bancfe. 

The eUbhM doaalad ffwaada finaa te pralada 
to Old Doataiai Itetiwatty far tte pai« llywra. 
aad to 1972 tthacmsmpnttog the EaitenViiitfa 
ISctoid. 



Madleaia 



FOR THE RECOM)- 



VOLinrrEEl AWAID 

The Tldew^ar Aaaociatioo for Retarded Citisens 
(TA8C) haa awardad QAteara' Vina of VF-31 with 
a WMmar nktrimr tamiate. The cM he^wd 
TASC r a d a eorato Us ateff ieava aad convert n 
a h a a d o a ed tiamnem lato a apciacii flw^rt's of- 
fice. The dab to atm wintiag with Hope Boase, 
a TA^-qnaaondhoBetoracartallyhaattciwadaMn 
> whe oa work ia the eeaaaaity whUe they live to- 
gethernder a^terviatoa. 

SBUIE BIEtALLATIOII 

Baihan Pwihaag td Virgiate Beuk waa ia^a- 
ted as h^ prtMtess d ZaMda Coort No. 35, 
LadiM' Ortoatel Shriae ef Itorth Aaarica, ^aday. 
Mrs. Poaihaag works at Life Federal Savins nd 
Loaa in PembnAe Mall. 

aaatkrum con i ni m 

Ox VirglBia Baadi atadoats attaadi^ La«wood 
Odlege to FarwrlBc taeaatty Jotoed Cirtlaagaes, aa 
OKadsaUoB of aephsaoraa who aairist ia the oriea- 
tafloa of aaw aiadaate. w^nae vteitora to tte caa- 
mr ui mm fla edlkga to othn- ways. Ileyare 
AUm Gay KaaqpteallCT.Cand Aaa nio, Sarrie 
I4M Banard. &a Itete W^, Ftoa Mhaeea Jw- 
daa.aadLtoda#or 



HeMeraaa aad a bear badga to 
tolMdoB 



Awards pieaaatad 
^wrtaawa to loi 

to Bobi9 8^ adariM BMi Aowaaa to ^ ' 
b«t. leraater aad aetonUM to UdnrKwa, t 
tot to Fiad Goedrkii aad adoaHat to llHi^Mi«. 

Parento www raeraitad tor a Oarlartoa daaee 
ooateat hdUwtog the toaae Ita- tte itbhIm ea the 
20*8. Wtoaars wart Mrs. Laa BaHidc aad idwto 
HaMoaA, who raceivad a pute- aad a i 
tte. 



corM wwa a«rdad to Danid Eaanwy, 
deanar cords to Fnuk WoeMoa; ona- 
yaar pia to David Morpa. Daa aotoer tUry teaaa- 
aidalso racajyad a oaa-yaar pto. Wa^aaa warn arO' 
aaMad to Mr. and Mra. Pad Oxk aad Oaalaw- 
fanra to ttdr help to the pmA. The Wabeloadaa 
woa toe panato atteateace award for the Odrd stni- 
ghti 



WkTfwancumi 

Tha membtn of Itovy I^m GSoba d Aimtea 
(MWCA) at Little Croak ranaOir Mt Ik* aaairt 
tostaUaUoa d officMra to a cuiaaM eiraaoai at 
the AasU^Ms Baae Chad. The tin eflinn ara 
Barbara Amwic, pr^dairKaflricSaekOo.vtoaprea- 
ideat: Mary Mooa, reentfag aocrofairy; Uta Say- 
dn-, coraapeadiaf Mcratary; Cora Bertaa, traa- 
ma^i Diaa W^oa, ch^ato: aad DoreOy Wilaoa, 
parlliBiaaliiln 

feOamt tha toMdlMoB d oMem m im 
tm a p i aaoffi mra katritod. Th^ b« (^t ttd 
Mrs. Rminaa CKiaa «d Ouviato nd Mrs. B.J. 
HdCae. 

A ttaaer aad loogna k^ltowad tte aarvieedtte 
baM CFO Clri>. The ga^ ^aater was Odd Fraak- 
Ijn R. Perry, Atlulto Ftoat SaUor d tte Tnr. 

Mrs. B.J.H<±ee pra^tfsd narte d office to the 
ootfc^ hoard, aad Mn. (^ra r^eived a #241 

Sarbva IMtw% ns 
a Itopa to r a rag i Htoa af h«- kwd 

of liialw at fla 

ikp 

m tmm at tte dab's 
to Aprfl. httv^ato 
to jMriag mKA no eaU Bartiara HeU- 
irff d Sn-SS?3 te iMmwttaa, 

ovnuxdM 

Q* PaA «• raeal^ haU m Btae nd Gdd 
til W it at BiogkpnN SOaal aM a jd tefcjid 

dMift MwHr. T>a aawart Mad. Mny Ummk. 



FEtnTALOAlKrE ,fx 

Mark Vadwan d Virgida Baadi. ar^dnt of tte 
PfeUfer Cdlan {radnnn daas, lad fr^aaa parti- 
e^attoa to Hritto Cdtage's AprU Fadivd Onea 
oa Friday to lUaartdiwr, R.C. 

Ite to tte aqa d Mr. aad Mn. S.A. Tadwan, 
717 Itartt nan Trial. 

OOWICT. TMilOTPI 

iata Una *bm d mfWa Baadi, a aorior 
at Mdkr ^^ga, MItwdialaar, E-C. hu ban 
dadod troaw d tte Ontotte Ufe Coaadl tor 
the 197S-n jwar. 

The PMffe{ Chridiu Ufe CoaacU apoBKHw aad 
nwrdtaataa tatedaaoninttoaal rdtetoas ea^as 

^eefe Owt, ni^ia BaaA aai to a iriiMii it 

to a' dan's tat^^ 
hd^aMdOs'l 




BttAT (XMTiST vnom 

Jda F^ay Jr., na d 



Mr. aad Mra. JohaA. 




Fahey Sr., 901 HUow IWve, Viidirti Bead^ ra- 
(Mdly woa 0^ prisa to tte aaaaddNwaead laa- 
dn 
ta-dAa'Aawtaa 

printatta 

Ptt9 to aim 
«Rdtondhatoa 
Myd^Vtada. 





AttttflSBft 



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The Sun. April 16, 1975 - B-3 



^« Ice house 
I 
rendezvous 

I 

Rock star Coarad Binlie 
played by Derek Youi^, 15, 
a 9th grader at Plaza Jun- 
ior High, and his fan Kim 
McAIee, played by Te-rell 
Rrtledge, 14, a Plata Jun- 
ior 8th grader, p^rrli on 
packing crates in a srcie 
from the miisSr ii ••««„ n..^ 
Birdie". Performann 
are 7:30 Friday and Sa- 
turday nights. 

Young is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Isom Young, 1024 
Coachhouse Lane, and Miss 
Rutledge is the dai^hter 
of Mr. ind Mrs. Charles 
H. Rufiedge, 3784 Star- 
lifhte^ Dri?e. Tickets for 
the musical are $1 and 
will be available at the 
door of the school audi- 
torium. 




ijB^H NollMt 



$ 



Secretaries to meet 



Virginia Beach secre- 
taries will leave their type- 
writers and steno hote- 
books behind Saturday as 
they gather at the Green 
Ran campus of Tidewater 
Community College (TCC) 
fol- a professional semi- 
nar sponsored by the Beach 
chapter of the National Se- 
cretaries Association. 

D. William Bridges, 
TCC's director of contin- 




mB. DomiELT.r 

Donnelly - 
Green 



Patricia Ann Green ami 
James Brian Donnelly were 
married April 12 at Vir- 
ginia Beach United Metho- 
dist Church. 

The bride is the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs John 
E. Green. 1426 Kemps- 
ville Road, Virginia Beach. 
The groom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F 
Donnelly, 109 46tli St., Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Matron of honor was 
Mrs. Walton E.Yancey Jr., 
401 Bay Colony Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, and the ttest 
man was William A. 'Cox 
III, 204 59th St., Virginia 
Beach. Ushers were Pe- 
ter Johnson of Arlii^on 
and Robert E. Steinbibler 
of 1209 Bruton Lane, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The bride is a 196? gra- 
duate of Princess Anne 
High Sclxml and she at- 
tended Old Dominion Col- 
lege. The groom is a gra- 
0_ duate of Norfolk Academy, 
.the University of Virginia, 
and Mempbas State Sch )ui 
of Law. 

The groom is emplaif»i 
in the U.S Attorneys Of- 
fice, and the bride works 
m flie marketing d^»rt- 
mert of Virginia NaOiwal 
Bank. 

Followiog a femeymooB 
trip to San Juan. Puerto 
Rico, the couple will re- 
s^ at 210 Ttth a.. Vir- 
fMifMA. 



uii% education, will dis- 
cuss motivation durii^ his 
keynote speech, "Spread 
Your Wings." 

Registration will begin 
8:30 a.m., followed by a 
speech on "Women in His- 
tory" by David H. Sieg of 
TCC. Richard Tinney, a 
TCC professor, will dis- 
cuss the metric system. 

A tour of the Green Run 
campus will follow the 2 



p.m. aujuummeot. 

Fee for the seminar, 
which will launch Secreta- 
ries Week, which begins 
Sunday, is $8 and $5 for 
students. A buffet luncheon 
will be served during the 
day-long program. For in- 
formation on the seminar 
call 340-5701 evenings or 
497-9311 eit. 315 during 
the day. 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT- COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE lOtb DAY OF Ap- 
ril 1975. 
In re: 

Adiqrtion of SHARRON DE- 
MISE SALTEI^ 
By: ROBERT POCZEKAJ 
and CLARA ELIZABETH 
POCZEKAJ Petitioners' 
To: Mr. William Lawrence 
Salter 

Central, Alabama 
In Chancery 
«C-75-333 

This day came Robert 
Poczekaj and Clara Eli- 
sabeth Poczekaj, Petition- 
ers, and represented that 
the object of this proceed- 
ing is to effect tbe adop- 
tion of tbe above named 
infant, SHARRON DENISE 
SALTER, by Robert Poc- 
iteka} and Clara Elizabeth 
Poczekaj, husband and wife 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that Wil- 
liam Lawrence Salter, a 
natural parent of said child 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: Central, Alabama. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said William Law- 
rence Salter ai^ar before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate his/ 
her attitude toward the pro- 
posed adoption, or other- 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his Interest in 
this matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Bruce B. Mills 
4145 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va, Beach, Va. 23452 

April 16, 23, 30, May 7 4t 



what is necessary topro- 

te<it his interest in this 

matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fwrtreaa, Clerk 

Pilcher A Pllcher, Atty. 

500 Bank pf Va. Bl<%. 

Norfolk, Virginia 

April 16. 23, 30, May 7 4t 



Brides 



Olson 
engagement 



Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Le- 
roy Olson of Clifton, Va., 
announce the engagement 
of the^r daughter, Teri 
• Uhie Olson, to Ttpmas 
■I ''llwjfcp tvdn Jr.,9emofMr. 
' and Srs. Thomas Lydn of 
1144 Shenvalee Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Miss Olson is a graduate 
of Virginia Polytechnic In- 
stitute (VPI), and her fiance 
will graduate from VPI in 
June. He plans to enter 
the Medical College of Vir- 
ginia's School of Medicine 
in September. 

A June 14 weddii^ is 
planned in Clifton. 



Luning 
engagement 



Capt. and Mrs. Henry J. 
Luning of 832 Morgan Trail 
Virginia Beach, announce 
the engagement of their 
daughter, Deborah J Lun- 
ing, to Donald L. Callis, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Do- 
nald L. Callis Sr. of Nor- 
folk. 

Miss Luning is a gra- 
duate of Potomac High 
School in Oxon Hill, Md 
and the groom -to-be is a 
graduate of Granby High 
School, Noriolk. He at- 
tended San Diego State Col- 
lege, Both are eipployed 
with Avis Rent-A-Car in 
Norfolk. 

The couple plans a May 
24 wedding. 



C. Gibson, 3837 Concord 
Bridge Road, Virginia 
Beach. The groom Is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 
N. Tharp, 4747 Onondaga 
Road, Virginia Beach. 
Attendants veie.Jiune 



E. Haas, Patricia A. Dis 
more, Theresa L. Tharp, 
Richard Woods, William E. 
Dismore and Harold E. 
Johnson Jr. ' 

'flMffebm isempIditaFL^ 
as a firefighter for tfi#^'" 
City of Virginia Beach. 

'The couple will reside 
in Virginia Beach. 




ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

nth day of April, 1975. 

Gloria Deloris Gordon 

Pittman, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Michael Charles Pittman, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of two year 

s«{»ratloB. w — 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
Jasf kliowB. post office ad- 
,Uj^){'*?Blt:'lr()irl: jadUon, 
South Carolina it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Tidewater Legal Aid So- 
ciety / 
700 Duke Street ( 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 \ 

April 16, 23, 30, May 7 4t 



MRS. LOGAH 



Logan - 
Zirnheld 



NOTICE 
This is to notify the pub- 
lic that on and after this 
date April 16, 1975, I will 
not be responsible for any 
debts contracted by anyone 
other than myself in 
person. 

Evelyn L. Crawford 
971 Atlantis Dr. 

Apt. 101 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

April 16, 23, 30. 3t 




pts:niut» 

Tharp - 
Gibson 

Deborah Leigh Gibson 
and James Leroy Tharf 
were married April 12 in 
an evenli^ candlelight ce- 
remony in tl» Baptist Cha- 
pel of Green Run 

The bride is thedai^h- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry 



Deborah Mae Zirnheld 
and Robert Keith Logan 
were married April 5 at 
St. Nicholas Catholic 
Church, Virginia Beach. 

The bride is the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ro- 
bert Edward Zirnheld, 3040 
Edinburgh Drive, Virginia 
Beach, and the groom is 
the son of Peggy R. Logan 
of 313 Appian Ave., Vir- 
ginia Beach, and James R. 
Logan of Virginia Beach. 
Debbie Mango of 3544 
Sea Gull Road, Virginia 
Beach, was maid of ho- 
nor for the ceremony, 
while the bride's sisters, 
Belinda Anne and Denlse 
Zirnheld of 3040 Edin- 
burgh Drive, Virginia 
Beach, were bridesmaids. 
Best man was John Sud- 
deth 111 of Norfolk, and 
ushers were Ronald Mal- 
bone of 200 Dedi Court, 
Virginia Beach, and John 
Baker of Chesapeake. 

Mirk Zirnheld, the 
bride's brother, was ring 
l>earer. 

The bride is a First 
Colonial High School gra- 
duate, and she is employed 
as a bookkeeper at Housing 
Systems Inc. in Virginia 
Beach. The groom gra- 
duated from Kellam High 
School, and he is employed 
as a draftsman at Baldwin 
and Gregg, Engineers and 
Surveyors, of Norfolk. 

Following a wedding trip 
to the Virginia mountains, 
the couple will reside at 
3072 Pewter Road, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERKS OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 8th DAY OF April 
1975. 
In re: 

Ad(q>tion of Richard Allen 
Stevenson 
By: 

Barbara Gayle Stevenson 
Kirkland and John Murray 
Kirkland, Jr. Petitioners' 
To: 

Thomas Dennara 
U.S. Air Force, Moody Air 
Force Base 
Valdosta, Georgia, 31601 

In Chancery 

#C-74-441 
This day came Barbara 
Gayle Stevenson Kirkland 
and John Murray Kirkland, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adc^ion ofthe above named 
infant Richard Allen Ste- 
venson, by Barbara Gayle 
Stevenson Kirkland and 
John Murray Kirkland Jr., 
huslnnd and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Thomas Den- 
nard, a natural parent of 
said child, is a non-resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: U.S. 
Air Force. Moody Air 
Force Base, Valdosta, 
Georgia, 31601. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Thomas Den- 
nard a^^ar t>efore this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after poblication of this 
Order and iMlicate his at- 
titiKle toward the pn^x^eA 
adoption, or rtherwlse do 



NOTICE 
This is to ootify tbe pu- 
blic that the undersigned, 
trading as Atlantic Con- 
nection, Inc. will within 
ten days after publication 
of this notice apply to the 
Virginia State Alcoholic 
Beverage. Control Board 
for a license to sell beer 
for on premises consump- 
tion. 

Ike Chris 
T/A Atlantic Connection. 

Inc. 

230 17th St. 

Va. Beach, Va. "23451 

James A. EUer 

WITNESS 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC 

HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Board 
of Zoning Appeals will con- 
duct a Public Hearing on 
Wednesday, May 7, 1975, 
at 7:30 p.m. in the Cir- 
cuit Court Room #6, City 
Hall, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. The following appli- 
cations will appear on the 
agenda. 

PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
THE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

1. WadeD. Inscoe requests 
a variance of 7 feet to a 
28 foot front yard setback 
instead of 35 feet as re- 
quired of Parcel J. Plat 
of Davis Pn^rty, 2964 
Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Lynnhaven Boroi^h. 

2. Harry H. and Penny 
R. Pitts request a variance 
of 6 feet to a 4 foot side 
yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required of Lot 

3. Baylake Beach, 2421 In- 
dian Hill Road. Bay- 
side Borough. 

3. Edwin Owens requests 
a variance of 5 feet to a 
5 foot rear yard setback 
instead of 10 feet as re- 
quired of Lot 34, Block 
10, Diamond Springs 
Homes, 1908 Moody Road. 
Bayside Borough. 
— 4rJCempsville BuHdttlf Ma- 
terials requests a variance 
of 25 feet to a "0" set- 
back from Soothem Bou- 
levard and Jersey Avenue 
i»rte«4^ of a 3& foot set» 
tech-Mcb as required of 
Lots 33, 34 A, Block 49, 
Euclid Place. 104 N. Wit- 
chduck Road. Bayside 
Borough. 

5. DeHUle Homes, Inc. by 
Robert W. DeMille, Pres- 
ident requests a variance 
of 15 feet to a 35 foot 
front yard setback instead 
of a 50 foot front yard 
setback as required of Lot 
25-A. Section 4-A, Sec- 
Uon 4-A, Baycllff. 1652 
Bay Point Drive. Lynn- 
haven Bonn^h. 

6. R & J Associates re- 
quests a variance of 2 feet 
2 inches to a 7 foot 10 
inch side yard set- 
back (west property line) 
instead of 10 feet as re- 
quired (fireplace) of Lot 
176, Section 1, Brigadoon, 
5465 MacQueen Drive. 
Kempsville Borough. 

7. R 4 J Associates re- 
quests a variance of 2 feet 
2 inches to a 7 foot 10 
inch side yard setback 
(west property line) instead 
of 10 feet as required 
(fireplace) of Lot 173, Sec- 
tion 1, Brigadoon, 5453 
MacQueen Drive. Kemps- 
ville Borough. 

8. R 4 J Associates re- 
quests a variance of 3 
feet to a 7 foot side yard 
setback (east property line) 
instead of 10 feet as re- 
quired (fireplace) of Lot 
198, Section 1. Brigadoon, 
5460 MacQueen Drive. Ke- 
mpsville Borough. 

9. Thomas L. Cartwright, 
Sr. recasts a variance 
of 5 feet to a 5 fbot side 
and rear yard setback in- 
stead of 10 feet each as 
required (detached garage) ■ 
of Lot 20, MacDonald Park, 
908 Neptime Avenue. 
Kempsville Borough. 

10. H.W. Curran, Jr. re- 
quests a variance of 4 feet 
to a 6 foot side and rear 
yard setback instead of 10 
feet each as required (de- 
tached garage) of Lot 8, 
Block 8, Pocahontas Vill- 
age, 4825 Mandan Road. 
Kempsville Boroi^. 

11. James C. Nocito re- 
quests a variance to allow 
parking in the required set- 
back from a street where 
prohibited on Parcel 35, 
Airport Industrial Park, 
Air Rail Avenoe. Bayside 
Borough. 

12. Charles C. Barnes re- 



quests a variance pf 6 feet 
to a 4 foot side yard set- 
hack (south property line) 
and of 6 feet to a 4 foot 
rear yard setback instead 
of a 10 foot side and rear 
yard setlack as required 
(detached garage) of Lot 
4, Block 6, Baylake Pines, 
4424 Blackbeard Road. 
Bayside Borough. 

13. Anthony J. Poggioli re- 
quests a variance of 5 feet 
to a 5 foot rear yard set- 
back instead of 10 feet 
as required (swimming 
pool) of Lot 10, Block A, 
Princess Anne Plaza, 3400 
Woodsman Lane. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

14. Riparian Investment 
Associates t/a Holiday Inn 
39th Street requests a var- 
iance to allow parking in 
the required 10 foot set- 
b8ck^^hereprohibited from 
39th Street, Pacific Ave- 
nue and a variance of 7.5 
feet to a 2.5 foot setlack 
from the 20 foot alley ad- 
jacent to the north prop- 
erty line (utility building) 
of Lot 5, and a 20 foot 
strip formerly belonging 
to the Norfolk 4 Southern 
Railroad, Block 91, Map of 
Linkhom, northeast cor- 
ner of 39th Street and Pa- 
cific Avenue Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

15. First Virginia Bank 
of Tidewater requests a 
variance of 23 square feet 
of additional sign allow- 
ance for a total of 93 sq- 
uare feet of sign allowance 
instead of 70 square feet 
as allowed and a variance 
of 13 square feet of sign 
area to be placed on an 
existing free-standing sign 
(A4P) to have 138 square 
feet per face instead of 
125 square feet per face 
as allowed of Lot 107, Win- 
dsor Woods, 225 South 
Rosemont Road. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

16. Donald E. Sly requests 
a variance of 5 feet to a 
20 foot side yard adjacent 
to a street (Bass Street) 
instead of a 25 foot set- 
back as required of Lot 1, 
Tract B, Section 2, Sand- 
bridge, Sandfiddler Road. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

17. Del Sexton requests a 
variance of 3 feet 4 inches 
to a 6 fbot 8 inch side 
yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required (west pro- 
perty line) of Lot 7, Sec- 



RUNTIlfG DEER 

To permit a bag limit of one deer a day, two a license 
year, either sex on the last two hunting days only, in 
Mathews County, the Cities of Chesapeake and Virginia 
Beach and on Fort Pickett. 

COMMISSION OF GAME AND JNLAND FISHERIES 
William H. West, Chairman 



tiofr ^, ^iymjhaven^ Colony^sr- 
2928 Buccaneer Road. Ly- 
nnhaven Borough. 

18. William C. and Pat- 
ricia H. Sinclair request 
a variance of 4 feet to an 
11 loot side -yard setback 
instead of 15 feet as re- 
quired (east pnqierty line) 
of Lot 3, Block 8, Section 
4, West Alanton, 1733 
Whitesil^Lane. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

19. Richard Lee and Mary 
B. Adams request a var- 
iance of 7 feet to a 3 foot 
side yard setback instead 
of 10 feet as required (west 
property line) of Lot 16, 
Powells Point, 4408 Pow- 
ells Point Road. Bayside 
Borough. 

20. Interstate Brands Co- 
rporation by Owen Pickett, 
Attorney, requests a var- 
iance to allow a whole- 
saling and distribution op- 
eration to have eight (8) 
delivery vehicles instead 
of five (5) delivery vehicles ■ 
as aUowed on Part of Par- 
cel D, Block M, Aragona 
Village, southwest corner 
of Jericho Road and Wit- 
cbduck Road. Bayside Bor- 
oueh. 



21. Chester Palozzo by El- 
izabeth A. Bare, Real Es- 
tate Agent, requests a var- 
iance of 15 feet to a 5 
foot setl>ack from Lee 
Avenue instead of 20 feet 
as required of Lots 1 and 
2, Block |0, Chesapeake 
Park, Lee Court and Lee 
Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

22. Bruce B. Baxter HI 
requests a variance of 6 
feet to a 44 foot front 
yard setback from White- 
haven Road instead of 50 
feet as required of Lot 11, 
Princess Anne Hills, Whit- 
ehaven- Road and Discovery 
Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

23. Kurd's Seafood Restau- 
rapt. Inc. by Patricia F. 
Hurd, President, requests 
a variance to allow an add- 
ition to an existing non- 
conforming building (2720 
square feet of floor area) 
at Parcel, Little Haven, 
954 Hurds Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 



The Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries at a 
meeting held in Richmond, Virginia, on March 14, 
1975, ordered the following proposed changes in its 
regulations pursuant to Sections 29-125, 29-126 and 
29-127 of the Code of Virginia. A public hearing for 
this purpose of adopting such changes will be held 
at 4010 West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia at 
9:30 a.m., May 2,' 1975. 

HUirriNGBEAR 

To make it unlawful to kill a bear of less than 75 pounds 
dressed weight (all entrails and internal organs remov- 
ed). 

CROW 

To change the season for hunting of crow to Wednes- 
days, Fridays, and Saturdays only from June 1 throi^h 
February 28. 

TURKEY 

To set the open season for hunting bearded turkeys 
in the spring from the third Saturday in April through 
the third ^turday in May; and to close the spring 
bearded turkey hunting season in Mecklenburg Coun- 
ty: effective in 1976. 

TRAPPING 

To provide uniform trailing seasons for beaver and 
otter (except as specifically provided by local legis- 
lation or other Commission regulations) from Decem- 
ber 15 through the last day of February east of the 
Blue Ridge Mountains, and January 1 through February 
15 west of the Blue Ridge. 

To provide uniform tra|q>ing seasons for bobcat, fok, 
mink, muskrat, opossum and raccoon (except as spec< 
ifically provided by local legislation or other Com- 
mission regulations) from Deceml>er 15 through March 
10 east of the Blue Ridge Mountains and becember 
I through the last day of February west of the Blue 
Ridge. 

FISHIMG 

To eliminate the existing t^if-lnch minimum size limit 
on grayling: to establish an eight-inch minimum size 
limit on all species of trout in Carvins Cove and Flan- 
aghan and Philpott Reservoirs; and to add Beverdam 
Reservoir in Loudon County and the waters within 
Fort A. P. Hill reservation to the list of waters in 
which there is a twelve-inch minimum size limit on 
largemouth' and smallmouth bass. Amendment with re- 
spect to Beaverdam Reservoir to l>e effective May 3, 
1975, if adopted. 

WATERCRAFT 

To require occupied motorboats drifting or at anchor 
in certain waters at night to exhibit a white light when 
aH>roached by another vessel under way. 

COMMISSION OF GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES 
W i ll iii yH. West, C li ai r ma n , - i,: ; ' - ■ 



The Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries at a 
meeting held in Richmond, Virginia, on March 14, 
1975, ordered the following proposed changes in its 
regulations pursuant to Sections 29-125, 29-126 and 
29-127 of the Code of Virginia. A public hearing for 
this purpose of adc^ing such changes will be held at 
4010 West Broad Street, Richmond. Virgiiria at 9:30a.m. 
May 2, 1975. 

HUNTING DEER 

To permit a big limit of one deer a day, two a license 
year, either sex on the last six bunting days only, in 
the counties of Albermarle, Amelia (except on Amelia 
Wildlife Management Area), Bnmswick (except on Fort 
Pickett). Bnckingham (except on Bncklngbam- Appomattox 
State Forest and Horsqien LUeWildlife Management 
Area). Caroline (except Fort A. P. Hill). Charles 
City. Chesterfield (except on Pocahontas State For- 
est and Park and Presquile National Wildlife Refuge), 
Cumberland (except Cumberland State Forest), Din- 
widdle (except on Fort Pickett), Essex, Fluvanna (ex- 
cept on Hardware River Wildlife Management Area), 
Gloucester, Goochland, Greensville, Hanover, Henrico, 
Isle of Wight, James City, King 4 Queen, King George, 
Kii^ William. Lancaster, Louisa, Middlesex, New Kent, 
Northumberland, Nottoway (except on Fort Pickett), 
Powhatan (exc^ on Powhatan Wildlife Management 
Area), Prince George, Richmond, Westmoreland, York 
(excc^ on Military areas), and in the Cities of Hamp- 
ton (except Langley Air Force Base), Newport News 
(except Ft. Eustis) and Suffolk and on the U.S. Marine 
Corps Base, Quantlco. 

TRAPPING 

To permit trapping beaver on or within 25 feet of a bea- 
ver lo(^e or dam east of the Blue Ri(%e Mcwntains. 
COMMISSION OF GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES 
William H. West, Chairman 



PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
THE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 
W.L.Towers 
Secretary 

April 16, 23 2t 



The Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries at a 
meeting held iu Richnuwd, Virginia, on March 14, 
1975, ordered the foliowi^ pressed changes in its 
regsMioiis iwrsuant to Sections 29-125, 29-126 and 
29-127 of the Code of Virginia. A public hearing for 
this purpose of adopting such chaises will be held 
4010 W^ Bread ttre^, Rlchmmd, Virginia at »:» 
•.m.,IUy2, 1975. 

t 



PUBLIC INFORMATION AND 
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION MEETING 
PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION OF 
GREAT NECK ROAD 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

Representatives of ttie Virginia De- 
partfnent of Highways and Transportation 
will be in the John B. Dey Elementary 
School, located at 1900 North Great Neck 
in Virginia Beach, on April 29 and 30, 
1975, between tfie hours of 6 p.m. and 
9 p.m. to review with interested citi- 
zens and businessmen the preliminary 
plans for the prq>osed reconstruction 
of Great Neck Road from 0.01 mile 
North Intersection Shorehaven Drive to 
Intersection Shore Drive (Route 60). 
The proposed relocation of Great Neck 
Road between Thomas Bishqs Lane and 
Shore Drive (Route 60) will be included 
in ttie review. 

Written comments may be si^mitted 
to the Department at the meeting or 
within ten (10) days at ttie following 
address: 

Mr. J. T. Warren 

District Engineer 

Departnent of Hig^ays and Trans- 
portation 

P.O. Box 1070 

Suffolk, Va. 23434 
State Highway and 
Transportation Commission 
April tf, 23 



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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERKS OFFICfi OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 10th DAY OF April 
1975. 
In re: 

Adoption of TERRY LAW- 
RENCE MANN, JOHN 
RANDALL MANN and 
By: 

ROBERT POCZEKAJ and 
CLARA ELIZABETH PO- 
CZEKAJ 
Petitioners' 
To: 

WiUiam Lawrence Mann 
Montgomery, Alabama 
In Chancery 
#C-75-333 
This day came Robert 
Pocielaj and Clara E. Po- 
czekaj, Petitioners, and 
represented that the ob- 
ject . of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant (s) 
TERRY LAWRENCE 

MANN, JOHN RANDALL 
MANN, by Robert Pocze- 
kaj and Clara E. Pocze- 
kaj, husband and wife, and 
affidavit having t)een made 
and filed that WILLIAM 
LAWRENCE MANN, a na- 
tural parent of said chil- 
dren, is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: MONTGO- 
. MERY, ALABAMA. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said WILLIAM 
LAWRENCE MANN appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after piib- 
lication of thi^ Order and 
indicate his/her attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do wluit 
is necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Bruce B. Mills 
4145 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 

Ap.i' '6. 23, 30, May 7 4t 



NOTICE 
This is to notify the pu- 
blic that the undersigned, 
trading as Tonys Hot Dogs 
will within ten days after 
publication of this notice 
apply to the Vii^inia State 
AJcoholic Beverage Con- 
trol Board for a license 
to sell Beer for on ft off 
premises consumption . 
TthfBbhy J. Tirrabile~7iv 
T/A Tonys Hot Dogs 
214 21st and Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23451 
2358 E. Little Creek Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23518 ' 
Ann Parker 
WITNESS 



AN ORDINANCE TO AM- 
END AND REORDAIN 
SECTION 38-2 OF THE 
CODE OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH RE- 
LATING TO THE DIS- 
CHARGE OF FIREARMS 
BE IT ORDAINED BY 
THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, VIRGINIA. 

That Section 38-2 of the 
Code of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach is hereby 
amended and reordained as 
follows: 

Section 38-2, Discbarge of 
firearms, etc., in certain 
areas of the city. 

(a) It shall be unlaw- 
ful to discharge any fire- 
arm, spring propelled ri- 
fle or pistol, air prop- 
elled rifle or pistol, from 
or across any land or wa- 
ter north of the trace of 
the line beginning at the 
intersection of Interstate 
64 and Providence Road 
at the Chesapeake Virgin- 
ia Beach City Boundary 
Line and thence eastwar- 
dly along Providence Road 
to Princess Anne Road; 
thence southeastwardly al- 
ong Princess Anne Road 
to Lynnhaven Parkway: 
thence noiiheasterly along 
Lynnhaven Parkway to Ho- 
lland Road; thence south- 
erly along Holland toad 
to Shipps Corner Road; 
thence eastwardly along 
Shipps Comer Road to Lo- 
ndon Bridge Road: thence 
southeastwardly along Lo- 
ndon Bridge Road to Gen- 
eral Booth Boulevard; 
thence northeasterly along 
General Booth Boulevard 
to Dam Neck Road; thence 
easterly aloiq; Dam Neck 
Road to its intersection 
with the Atlantic Ocean, 
except this prohibition 
shall not apply .to shot- 
guns discharging pellets 
if 
(i) on land that is fifty 
acres or more of 
. contiguous area. 
and 
(ii) under one owner- 
ship, and 
(iii) leed {riimrUy tor 
agrieultura! purp- 
oses, and 

(!«; tiic iaiiuu»uci vs 

applied for a permit 
from the chief of 
police to use his 
property for this 
purpose. The per- 
mit shall be grant- 
ed by the chief of 
police If the apfrii- 
catiMi meets the re- 
quirements of this 
section, and 
(v) any persMdischar- 
"ing a shotgun set 
forth above, stall 



at all times, whilt 
engaged in swh ac- 
tivity have in his 
possession written 
permission from 
the lawlowner to 
discbarge said wea- 
pon on the premi- 
ses, 

(b) It shall be permis- 
sible to (Uscbai^e fire- 
arms, etc, soutt of the 
tracv enumerated in sub- 
section (a) above. 

(c) Any discharge of 
firearms on any land en- 
umerated in subsection (a) 
or in subsection (b) shall 
be further subject to the 
provision that it is unlaw- 
ful to discbarge any fire- 
arm, spring propelled ri- 
fle or pistol, air prope- 
lled rifle or pistol, from, 
on, across or within 150 
yards of any building, dwe- 
lling, strwt, sideiralk, 
alley, roadway, or public 
land or public place with- 
in the city limits. 

(d) Nothing in this sec- 
tion shall be construed to 
prohibit the firing of fire- 
arms, rifles and sub- ma- 
chine gtms and like wea- 
pons by law enforcement 
agencies and military fo- 
rces in the city as part 
of authorized training or in 
the performance of their 
duties. 

An emergency ezists and 
this ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from 
date of action. 



Marks, Doctor S.2. Bell. 
Meett Bell, Robert G. U- 
verman. Marcella Liver- 
man, Befty Moritz, Nancv 
L, MillstMn, Bertha Hal- 
parn, Fred Pleck, Gilda 
Pieck. Benjamin A Mirks, 
Sidney Harris, BemiceLu- 
bin, Reva Gibbs, are not 
residents of the State of 
Virginia 

It is therefore ORDERED 
that the said Fanny Marks, 
Doctor S.Z Bell, Fleeta 
Bell, Robert G. Liverman, 
Marcella Liverman, Betty 
Moritz, Nancy LMillstein, 
Bertha Halpem, Fred 
Pieck, GUda Pieck, Ben- 
jamin A. Marks, Sidney 
Harris, Bernice Lubin and 
Reva Gibbs toanwar within 
ten (10) days after due pu- 
blication of this Order, in 
the Clerk's office of our 
said Court, and do what is 
necessary to protert their 
interest. 

It is further ORDERED 
ttat this Order be published 
once a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun a news- 
paper circulated in the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

ENTERED THIS DAY OF 
MARCH, 1975. 
A Copy Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Clerk 

March 26, April 2, 9, 16 4t 



hUeaHott her«tf, nd ito 
what may be neeecsary tt> 
protect her interest in this 

A Cl»jr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRE^. CLERK 
Clark, Sttinlber. rt als. 
Suite 311 Pembroke 3 Bl(%. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23462 



Mar. 



2t. lyrU 



2. », tl 4t 



Adopted by the Council 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 7th day of 
April, 1975. 

April 9, 16 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ROBERT LIVERMAN and 
ANDREW S. FINE, Co-Ex- 
ecutors of the Estate of 
FANNY GREENBERG, de- 
ceased. 
Complainants, 
vs. 

FANNIE MARKS 
209 Roanoke Avenue 
Roanoke Rapids, North Ca- 
rolina 27870 

DOCTOR S.Z. BELL 
60 Longwood Avenue 
Brookline, Massachusetts 
02146 

FLEETA BELL 

— 60 I lOngwood. Avenue 

"brookline, Massachusetts 

02146 



BENJAMIN LEVY 
., 2901 Replica Lane , 
Portsmouth, VirginU 
23703 

MARILYN LEVY 
2908 Replica Lane 
Portsmraith, Virginia 
23703 

KIRT B. LEVY 
2908 Replica Lane 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
23703 

KIMBERLY S. LEVY 
2908 Replica Lane 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
23703 

PAIGE A. LEVY 
2908 Replica Lane 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
23703 

ROBERT G. LIVERMAN 
435 Roanoke Avenue 
Roanoke Rapids, North Ca- 
rolina 27870 

MARCELLA LIVERMAN 
435 Roanoke Avenue 
Roanoke Rapids, North Ca- 
rolina 27870 

BETTY MORITZ 
201 W. Pine Street 
Rome, New York 13440 

NANCY L. MILLSTEIN 
21 1 Blackridge Drive 
Greensburg, Pennsylvania 
15601 

BERTHA HALPERN 
4 Bayberry Drive 
Sharon, Massachusetts 
02067 

FRED PIECK 

773* Hamilton Street 

Omaha, Nebraska 68114 

GILDA PIECK 
7738 Hamilton Street 
Omaha. Nebraska 68114 

BENJAMIN A. MARKS 
103 Quail Court 
Roam^e Rapids, North Ca- 
rolina 27870 

SIDNEY HARRIS 
6647-1/2 N. Greenview 
Chicago, niinois 

BERNICE LUBIN 

4901 N. Springfield Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 

REVA GIBBS 

c/o Draxel Home. Inc. 

6140 S. Draxel Avenue 

Chicago. Illinois 60637 

Defendants. 

The object of the above - 
styled suit is to seek the 
guidance of the Court in 
construing Paragraphs SE- 
VEJfTH and EIGHTH of the 
UM Wit aad Testament 
ot Fanny Greenl>eii, de-i 
ceased, probated (n the 
Clerta office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia And, it 
a^iranag by affidavit flled 
acrording to la» that Fannv 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach. 

on the 19th day of March, 

1975. 

Bemadine Marie Deets, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Frederick Philip Deets, 

Defendant. 

This object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii. 

And an affidavit baviag 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address beiag: 
Headquarters, 5th Signal 
Command, U.S. Army, A. 
P.O., New York 09056 it 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V 

— FEN THES Sc-GL^RK^ 

Boysce and Spanoulis 
105 N. Plaza TraU 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Mar. 26j *pr., "Z.f, 16 4t 



ORDER 

VIRGINIA: tS THE 

CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

CIRCUIT COURT (W THE 

CITY OF VISGmiA BEACH 

ON THE 20th DAY OF 

MARCH 1975. 

in re: A4toption ot Kim 

Evetta RaiKtai 

By: Iris Ives Jtdmsoa, 

PetiUoner 

To: Hilton RoftlA 

Natural Father 

Address Unknown 
In Chancery 
#C-74-l285 
This day came Iris l?es 
Johnson, Petitioner, and 

r^resented that tte object 
of this proceecBng Is to ef- 
fect the adi^oo of the a- 
bove named isftot, Kim 
Evetta RuSih, by Iris Ives 
Johnson, aad affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that MiltoB Raffln, a na- 
teral par^it (^ said child 
and that his last known 
post office address un- 
kBoum; aad that d«e dili- 
goce has ben used by or 
ia hum of the petiiiooer 
to asoertato in what county 
or corporation the said 
MlltoB Ruffin is, without 
effect.. 

H is tfeen^rt Ordered 
that the nM Milbm Raffin 
metr before tfiis Court 
witiiio ten (10) dajw after 
pridiOition of this Order 
Ud iadhate Us atUtade 
topard tfee}>r4)08adadep- 
tioo. or otterMte do what 
is aecessarf to protect bis 
iaterMt U) Ois aiatter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Tidewater L^ Aid So- 
ciety p.q. 
700 Duke Street 
Norfolk, ViTKiaia 

UiTfA 26, April 2, 9, 16 4t 



■ia 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKW 
In the Clerk's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 21st 
dajrirf March. 1975. 
Raiaad G. JacoMti, 
Plaintiff, 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF 
MARCH 1975. 
In re: Adoption of Caren 
Christine Shelley an infant, 
by 

Donald Ray Mitchell 
By: Shirley Marie Mitchell ' 
Petitioners 

To: Walter Mead SheUey 
20324 Wisteria Street 
Gastro Valley, California 

In Chancery 

#€-74-1011 
This day came Donald 
Ray Mitchell and Shirley 
Marie Mitchell, Petition- 
ers, and represented that 
the object of this proceed- 
ing is to effect the adop- 
tion of the above named 
infant (s), Caren Chris- 
tine Shelley, by Donald Ray 
Mitchell and Shirley Marie 
Mitchell, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and tiled that Walter 
Mead Shelley, a natural 
parent of said child (ren), 
is a non-residmt of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 20234 Wisteria 
Street, Castro Valley, Ca- 
lifornia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Walter Mead 
Shelley appear before this 
Onirt within ten (10) days 
after pablicatimi of this 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the pro- 
posed adtqttion, or (rther- 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. 
A copy teste: 

Jcriin V. Fentress, Clerk 
Moss t Moss p.q. 
830 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Va. 

March 26, April 2, 9, 16, 4t 



^^ J. JaoMtt, ~~ 
Defendant. 

The object -of this salt 
is to obtain a dirarce A 

stiSr^e^^TupoB tiM 
grounds of desertioo. 
And an affidavit having be«i 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 3675 S. She- 
ration Road, Maskegtn, 
Michigan it is ordered ttat 
she do appear here within 
t-n (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may l>e necessary to 
IBtilect her« interest in this 
suit. 

A coi^-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Philip H. Meyers, p.q. 
Suite 200 Bel-Aire Bl<^ 
1600 E. Little Creek Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23518 

March 2t, April 2, 9, 16 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the20tb 

day of March, 1975 

Burton Samuel Bartlett, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Ella Frances Bartl^, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
Aiid an affidavit having Nen 
made and (il«d that tbe4e* 
fendant is aooa-residentorf 
the State of Virginia, the 
last fciwwD post office ad- 
dress bei^: Route 3- Box 
235, Mathews, North Ca- 
roliM it is ordered SmI 
iihe do a^ear heie within 
ten (10) davs after (iue du- 



ORDER OF PUBLICATK}N 

ia the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the city of 

Virginia Beach, on the 20th 

day of March, 1975. 

Karen Novella Gray, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jim Edward Gray, 

Defendaat. 

The (4>iect of this suit 
is to otrtain a divorce A 
mensa Et Thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the SUte of Virginia, the 
last kaDwn post crftlce Ml- 
dress being: 2irLaJcevlew 
Avenue, Sanford, Florida 
32771 it is ordered thai be 
do appear here wlthla ten 
(10) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest ia Uiis 
suit. 

A copy-Testei JOHN V. 
FEMTBEiS: CLBMC 
Brydfes li Ha^^ias. Atty. 
1369UskinRa. 
Virginia BeaiA, Va. 

Mar. U. kprtl 2, 9, 16 4t 



Flortfc it Is ordered that 
he do aniear here within 
ten (10) (feiys after due 
|H*lication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
W«*ect his interest in this 
suit. 

A c<(>y.Tesle: JOHN V; 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Writer tl Rubinger. Attv. 
mi LaaUa Rd 
Virginia Beach, Va, 

AprU2,9, 16. 23, 4t 



FOR 



ORDER OF Pl'BUCATION 
In the Ckrk's Office of the 
Clrwtt Cowl ^tte City of 

Plalatttf, 

again^ 

Charles Kenneth Jones, Jr 

Defefriant. 

The ^eet of this sail U 
to oMain a divorce a vtn- 
cftk) matrimonii from 



of Mo^jwr I^kMW. 
And anaffiHavitteviiybeen 
made and filed that Me de- 
leadaM Is anM-wstfeBtrt 
the State of Virginia, 0» 
test kaown yoM Mke ad- 
dress being: 3270 N.W 
171st Street, Opa Locka 



ADVERTISEMENT 

BIOS 

The School Bi»rd of the 

City ol Virginia Beach will 

receive Uds tor: 

R«BOvation and Installation 

ol 

New Heating and Air Con- 

ditioniog Osteins 

for 

Center of Effective Leara- 

tag 

Virginia Beach, Virgtaia 

Stole Project No. 128-27g. 

Bids will be received by 

ft-. E.E. BUckell, Super- 

intendrat at the office of 
School Administration 

Building, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia until 3:00 o'clock 
D.S.T., April 23. 1975, and 
then at said office be pu- 
blicly opened aad read a- 
loud. 

The Intormation for Bid- 
ders, Form of Bid, Form 
of Contract. Plans, Speci- 
ficaticms, and Forms of 
Bid Bond, Performance and 
Paym«t Bond, and other 
ccwtract docHBeots maybe 
eaaitaied at the Mlowing: 

a. Ulders aad Contrac- 
tors Exchange, Norfolk, 
VirgiaU 

b. Dodge Plan Booms, Nor- 
folk, Virginia 

Cofrfn nay be obtained 
at the offin of Vansant 
t GuslM-, Consulting En- 
giaetTs located at CoUey 
Avnae and 46th Stre^, 
Norfolk, Virginia I9dn pay- 
ment of $25.00 for each 
set. Any osuccessfiil bid- 
der, upon returning such 
set promptly and in good 
condition, will be refunded 
his payment, and any non- 
bidder iqwn so returning 
such a set will lie refunded 
115.00, within ten (lO)days 
of bid (q)enlogs. 
The Oimer reserves the 
right to waive any infor- 
malities or to reject any 
or aU bids. 

Each bidder mast deposit 
with his bid, security in 
the amount, form and sub- 
Tided in the Information 
for Bidders. 

Bidders are required under 
TitleAI.CJlH*Bt.3.qpde .. 
of Virgiiria, to show evi- 
deiu» of certificate of re'-" ' 
gistration before bid may 
be received and considered 
on a general or sub -con- 
tract ot $20,000.00 or 
more. The BiMer shall 
place on the outside of the 
envelqie eontaiaiag his bid 
and la his bid orar his 
signature the following no- 
tation: Registered Coo- 
tractor, Virginia No. 
No Udder may withdraw 
his bid within 4S days af- 
ter the actual date of ite 
openii^ thereof. 
BY ORDER OF THE 
SCHOOL ^ASD 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
EDWARD E. BBICKELL 
SUPERINTENDENT 

April 9, 16, 21 



ORDER OF PUBLICATiOH 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

2$th day of March, 1975. 

Mitzi Mae Abbott Davidson, 

Plaiatifl, 

against 

Ray CorUss Davldsai 

Defeedaat. 

The object ot this sutt 
is to oMaln a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of parties having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
with (Kit intemiptioo for 
one year. 

And an affidavit havlsg been 
- iB»V ad filel that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the ^te of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: Box 259, 
Rainelle, West Virginia 
25962 it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
Wkii may be necessary to 
^vtect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRJE^: CLERK 
Glenn B McClanan,Atty 
425 S. Witchduck Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

April 2, i, 16, 23, 4t 



08B» or WBUCAtTON 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 25th 

day of March, 1975. 

Cbarles Frazier Mack, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

fl^w* Estelle Taylor 

Defendant 

The (riiject of this suit' is 
to ofatas a divorce A Via- 
(mH> HMrltBmii Iron tte 
said defeadSnt, uiwn the 
gT^mm attfma^t sepa- 
ration. 
And an affidavit ta ving be^ 



made atf fl]«d that the dt- 
frtaat a ii«i-*'wiM« of 
the State of Vlitrlnu, the 
lart known ^st <«c# ad- 
dress be^j BichmoBd. 
California it is orttered 
that she do ^pgrnr here 
wUMa ten (10) days after 
(toe ^licatioB hereof, and 
do what may be Mcessary 
to protect •jere interest in 

mstm. 

A cow-Teste; JOHN V. 
FENTS^S: CLEBK 
Bry4|es t Hudgins, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Road 
VirginU Beach, Va.^3451 

AprU 2, 1, li, 23, 4t 



<MDER OF PUBLICATION 
. I« the Clerk's CWlceoltte 
CIrcait Court of the City 
«rf Viitfinia Beach, on the 
27th day ta March, 1875. 
Gary Lymi Gallant, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jaaice Marie Gallant, 
Oefeadaat. 

Tte Object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
men» et thoro to be la- 
ter merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrim- 
iMii from the said defen- 
daat, upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed thatduedil- 
%ence has been used by or 
in behalf of the Complain- 
ant to ascertain in 
the defendant is, without ef- 
fect, the last known post 
office address being: 723 
Delaware Av«iue, c/OPete 
Zorick, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
she do a{q>ear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, 1m do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

Osle H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

AprU 2, 9, 16, 23 41 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 24th 

day of March, 1975. 

Cecelia C. Slei^iCTs, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lawrence B. ^ephins. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
iwr tutr sani piaHuiif agar- 
nishfflent of funds due the 
Defendairt from the United 
States of America, based 
.]9» JHdgB^tf,^May 16th, 

And an affidavit laving been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a Non-Resident * 
of ttie SUte of Virginia, 
the last post office address 
being 5724 Frontier Trail, 
Knoxrille, Tenaessee it is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within Ten (10) days 
after due prtiUcation here- 
of, aad do what may be 
neeesary topnrtect his in- 
ter^ in this suit, 

A eepy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Bill, ¥ka, Legnm t Fine 
LawBallding 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

AfVil 2. 9, 16, 23 4t 



(»DER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of ttie City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 24th 

day of March, I97S. 

MiUard WyUe. 

PUlntifl, 

against 

Ei«enia Q. Wylie, 

Defendaat. 

Hie object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thpro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of deserUoa. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant Is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Rural P.O. 
Boa 6048, Camuy, Pwrto 
Rico 60027 it Is ordered 
that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her Interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
HoUaday, Holmes 4 Inmaa 
SStaeyPMOt 
700 Newton Read 
Norfolk, Virginia 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the city of 
Virginia Beach, on the 25th 
day of March, 1975. 
B<^rt Lawrence PhUU^, 

agdUI. 

Catherine Louise Phillips, 

Defewlant. 

The object of this suit is 
to ot>taln a divorce A Men- 
sa Et Ttoro to be merged 
MP« ^^er ai^Ucatioo 
Ms ttJbstee A VisMto 
^iHhiAdt fr^ the saM 
tefohttrt. tvMtte growls 
al desertitw. 

And aaaffiitayittaytag been 
aHMaW filed that the de^ 
feiArt is a «»- resident of 
the State of Virgiala, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being; 1713 Farra- 



gnt Avmue, RockvUle, 
Maryland MSI it Is or- 
dered that she do aiqmir 
here within ten 00) Ays 
after due ^UieatUM tore* 
of. aM] do what may te 
necessary to prrtect tor 
iBteiwt in tUs suiL 
A cow-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Brojfles. McKenry *Gorry 
Pacific Ave 4 Km Street 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23451 

April 2, 9. 16. 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

7th day of. April, 1975. 

Mary Louise Austin, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

James Mack Austin, 

De f en dant . 



The object of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii, from 
the saUfl^pdu^WOHtte .: 
grounds of desertioBioiiMie'< 
3rd day of S^effiber,Y97l ' 
And an affidavit hav- 
ing made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resld«it ot the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Box 10682, Tampa, Flor- 
ida 33679 it is ordered 
that she do appear here 
within tea (10) days after 
(hie pidMication hereof, and 
do what say be necessary 
to prefect her interest in 
thU suit. 

A c(wTeste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLEBK 
Pickett. Spain 4 Lyie, Atty 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Va. B^cb. Va. 23452 

April 9, 16, 23, 30, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 3rd 

day of April, 1975. 

Dlanne Marie GUlenwater, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Gary Stephn GUlenwater, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo fflatrimonii from bie 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertioe and/ 
or cruelty. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
femiaat is auw-residentof 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Gary St^tea 
GUlenwater, 811 Nebraska 
Street, Mound City, Mis- 
souri it is ordered that he 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect bis interest in this 
suit. 

A Mw-Teste: JOHN V. 
FE^^: CLERK 
CoKStasline A. ^pw»Us 
lOS N. Pte» Trail 
Virgtala Beach, Virginia 
234S2 

Aprilt, 16. 23, 304t 



ORDER OF PUBLICA-nON 
In the Clerk's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginu 9mA, on tte 3ni 
dayofjjril, IJ75. 
Margarrt Santilli Condon, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Joseph Condon, 
Defeiidant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
cuk) matri^nU tram fle 
saw mn^m, w» *« 
giDauls of two year sqia- 
ntkm. 

And anaffldaatthavu^been 
mate and fikCttat fl« de- 
feodaot is a non-resUentof 
the State of Vii^inia, tte 
last known post office ad- 
drt-ss being: Creamery 



Road, IhveweU Junction, 
Mew Yorit ft wonleredttat 
she do ap^ar here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be neceilsary to 
protect bis interest In this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste; JOHN V 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Barrow 4 Lowe 
3104 ArcUc AveniK 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

April 9. 16. 2J, U 4t 



ORDER 
VIRGDilA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF "raE 
CITY OF VIRGIMU BEACH 
CWTHE DAY OF ,1175. 
In n: Adt^m of Bleterd 
WayteBeU 

By.- Le^ JeAn Mabuiak, 
Pe)l^««» 
To Jimiors C. BeU 
^te of North Carolina 
In Chaiuery 
#C-74-12(» 
"nis day caaMLeooJoiai 
Matnssak aad , Petitio- 
ners, and i^iresrated that 
'he dbj^ of fills prtxxed- 
Ing is to effect the Kk^- 
tion <tf the above Mated 
intent (s), Bic^rd mtjne 
Bell, by Leon JcAn Matus- 
zak and , Petitiowr and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that Juniors C, 
BeU, a natural parent of 
said chiM is a non- 

resident <rf the aate of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: SUte 
of North Carolina. 

n is therefore (Mend 
that thesaidJaniorsC. BeU 
appMr before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and Indicte his/her attl- 
tirie toward the proposed 
adofAicm, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
matter. 
A C(W teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Rezford R. Cherryman 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Virginia Beach,Va. 

Afall 2. 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In Uie Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 3rd 

day of April, 1975. 

Melvin F. Smith, 

Plainttn, 

against 

Shirley K.Smitt. 

Defendant. 

The (AJect of this suit is 
to obtain a divert a vin- 
culo natrimwU from the 
said defendant, iqion the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit havi^been 
made and filed that tte de- 
fendaat is anoa-residentof 
Uie SUte of Vii^Wa, the 
Ust known post office ad- 
dress beii^: Unknown it is 
ordered that stte do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A c<q>y-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
WiUiam F. Burnside 
958 Laskia Road 
VirginU Beach, VirginU 

April 9, 16. 23, 30 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATWN 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

VirginU Bei^, on the 3rd 

day of April, 1975. 

Chris Bobbins Watt, 

PUintiff, 

against 

Dr. David Graham 1ta| 

DelMMlaitf. 

Tke object of ttU 
is to oMain a divorce A 
MMisa et Thfip from the 

grounds of M Mi to l. 
And aaalBAtttlMltarbea 
made udftletfl^tte de- 
fendant is awK-MMitaitof 
Uie State of T^Ua, the 
last known po^ office ad- 
dress being: c/BHary Watt 
Debdale Faia-CerghUl 
oLaae-AudenshMr, litai' 



Chester, Englad it Is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ^ (|0 days 
"tft^ ^tajglfitflihiui- 

riMesstry «^frMto<^ Hi 
interest In fliiskM. 
A copy-Tata: JMB V. 
FENTRESS: CL^K 
Glou B. U^Iaaaa, p.q. 
425 S. Wttctatack Rd. 
VirginU Beach, Va. 23462 

Ainll 9, 16, 23, » « 



ORDER OF POBLK:aA)N 

In the Clerk's CMOce mhe 

Circuit Cwrt of the Clfyof 

Virginia BeuA, on tte 2Bd 

day of April, 1975. 

Rt^rt A. Tebo, 

PUinUff, 

against 

Carol EUUe Turner T^», 

Defendant. 

The object of ttis suit 
is to dtfin a (fivorce A 
Measa Et Thoro from the 
said defendant, upon ttie 
grounds of Desertion. 
Aad an affidavit havi^ been 
made and filed tiut the de- 
fendant U aaoB-residentof 
the SMe of Vlr^U, Uie 
last knon post office ad- 
dress beii|: 65 DoMM- Boad 
South Windsor, OmaecUcat 
^ipear here within ten (10) 
days after due pi^Ucation 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
her Interest ta this suit. 
A a^y-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEVTRESS: CLEBK 
Moore, Brydges 4 Cohen. 
Attys. 

2413 Pacific Avenue 
VirginU Beach, VirginU 
^51 

April 9, 16, 23, 30 4t 



In the Clerk's Office of toe 

Circuit Court of the Ctty 

of VirginU Beach, on Uie 

4to day of April, 1975. 

John HaU WUUansw, Jr., 

PUinUff. 

4gatest 

Cbrirtna J^n WilMam- 

son, 

Defendant. 

1^ (*Ject of this suU 
is to obUin a divorce am- 
ensa et thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the grou- 
nds of desertion. 

And an affidavit tavlqg 
bees made and filed flat the 
defendant is i aoo»resl- 
dent rf tte Wte W Vir- 
ginia, the last kawnpost 
office address b«i^: 
8 Pierce Lane, Key West, 
Florida 33040 it is order- 
ed that she do appear here 
within ten (10) Ays after 
due pi*llcatH» Nreof.aad 
do what may be necessary 
to ^vt«t her barest In 
tMs suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRE©- CLOUH 
Herbert 4 Bobaamm 
Suite 402, PU^ Om 
Morft^, Virginia 2SS10 

April 9, 16. 23, » 4t 



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AH ORDINANCE PROP(»NG TO GRANT TO THE 
PERK)W OR PEI^)NS OR TO THE CORPORATIOM 
HEREAFTER TO BE ASCERTAINED W THE KOTE 
PRESCRIBED BY LAW, THE RIGHT AND PRIVI- 
LEGE TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN 
A CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEM WITHW THE CITY 

OP VnCtNU BEACH FM THE TERM AMD UFIHI 
THE CONDITIONS HEREINAFTER STATKD 

BE rr ORDADfEp BY THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

An ordtnaitce prt^slnc to gr»t to Vbt person 
or persons or to the corponttoa tereafler to be 
ascertained io the mode preserved bf Uv, the 
right and privilege to construct, iterate and mais- 
taln a cable televiston system vlthlo the City et 
Virfinla Beach for the term and upon the coiidi- 
Uons hereinafter stated. 



Adopted by the City C<ranclt of the City lA Vir- 
ginia Bnch, Virginia, on the 11 day of March, 
1975. 

Ncmc£ 

CABLE TELEVISION BID 

Public notice is hereby given that bids are in- 
vited for the privU^e proposed to be granted by 
the ordinance hereinafter s^ forth. 

Bids shall be in writing as required by law and 

tni e»:h bidder shaU file with his bid a certified 
check drawn upon some hank in the City of Vir- 
ginia Bradi exeorted in favor of tte Treasurer of 
the City of Virginia Bach for the sum of $1,500.00, 
which shall be hrid by tte City Manager apaa the 
conditions set Ibrtfc In the Res^utioti adopted tqr 
CooncU of ttie City of Virgtala Beach. Virgtala 
on Jtne 4, 1973. 

Bids shall be delivered on Qie II day of Angvat 
1975 at 2:00 o'clock P.M. In open aessloa, to flte 
presiding otHcer of the Coimcil d the Ctty ot 
Virginia Beach, -in the Coimcil Charabert, M«4- 
cipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virgiidt. 2M9C ttbt 
dealt with and acted qnn in the aumier preserttt*' 
by law. 

The City of Virgiaia Bench reserves th« r^ to 
reject any and all bids. The eo§t al advertising 
Incident to said onlii,aiKe shall be paid bjr the. 
City of Virginia Bnch wUeh shaU be reiaibuW 
there-for by the person or persoas or auporatiai^ 
to whom the grant of said privilege is finally- 
made. ,j 

The ordinance proposing to gnnt the privilcgt, 
is as follows: 



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AH ORDWAHCE GRANTING TO~ 



MAIHTAOI A CABLE 

wrraiM THE cmr of vfRcnOA beaca 



TfK RIGHT AMD ' 
'rtlPERATE AND 
TELEVlSKnt SYSTEM"' 



BE IT (HiDAINED BY THE CCWHCIL OF THE 

*-^ * -qir pF rtKHHtAStoicM; vkgdoa; , ' " ^ 

That a franchise is her^ granted t o - ' ■" 

lor the rlgW and |>rlvUege to eon- 

stnKt, operate and maintain a cable televisin sys- 

^ tern within the City of Virginia Beach for Oe term 
and iqxm the condittons s^ forth in the Ordin- 
ance Pr(qKffiing to Gratf sach a franchise, said 
ordinance passed by Coimcil on ' , 1975. 



Adopted by the CovncU of »ie City of Virgtaila 
Bench. Virginia, on the — -day of , 1975 

1. PURPOSE 

The pwpose of this orCUu^Ke is to pnivlde 
for the rcgnlation of CATV systems in tte City 
of Virginia Beach in ttie poblic interest In ac- 
rardance with all state and IMeral laws. 

2. Definittons 

A. "City Manager" means the Office of Oe 
City Manager or its agent. 

B. "City" means the City of VlrgHtta Bendi. 

C. "Council" means the City Coiincil of Tlr- 
ginia Beach. 

p. "Community Antenna Television ^sten" 
e4 antennas, cables, wires, lines, towers, 
waveguides, laser beams or aiqr other eon- 
dnctors, converters, eqidpoiMrt w faeili- 
ties designed, constructed or operated for 
Oie purpose of producing, receiving, «■- 
pUfying, modifying, and distrHMding, 
in whole or in part by audio, video, and 
odier forms ct eleetot)aic or electrical sl- 
gttls to and from subscribers^ and toca- 
tions in and oatskle of the City (tf Vir- 
ginia Bach, Virginia. It may also be re- 
ferred to as "Broadaai] CaUe Cmbbw- 
ications System.' 

E. "Fram:Mse' means and includes any au- 
thorization granted hereunder in terms of 
a franchise, privilege, permit, licease or 
otherwide to construct, operate, and main- 
tain a CATV system in the City. 

F. "Grantee" means the perH», arm or cor- 
poraticm to whtun or to which a fraa^iae 
is granted by Ctty Concil mder fids at- 
(finance, or anyone who muxttta said per- 
a», firm or corpot '*i<ia in accordance with 
Uie provisions of this franchise. 

G. "Streets" means the piritlic streets, aven- 
ges, highways, boulenrds, omeoarsa, drt- 
vmrays, bridge. tHMels. parka, parkways, 
watemys, docks. balkhMds, wharves, pters. 
alleys, all other pnblb; rigUs-<rf-way and 
Msemeats. and the fMU gismds, i^ces 
or waters wittin » betonging to tlw City. 

H. 1} "T(tel Gross Reeel^" steU mean uy 
1^ all conpeosatton and other coasideratte 
^llectKl or received or in any auatr 
gaiMd or deriv'^ by graiAee from tte oper- 
ation of its CA rv system. 
2) "Total Subscriber Rev»w" «- 'GroM 
^bscrfter Reve^' stell nu»a any and 
all co^msatiiM and rther ctnsideiatte 
to any torn ^U by a sid>seriber and rt- 
eriv^ ^ the gratfee aris^ from (te 
Mite <tf its rmular mMthly. service to its 
i^wcr^rs wtOto tte Ci^, b C(»pating 
saU nn. however, any sales, service, rmt, 
oec^att^al or cMher em*! tax shall not 
be IndaMd to tte eda^ neh tutes are 



1. 
3. 

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L. 






cbargM ^parately in additicm to the re- 
gatirnoattly service cbaiie uid are re- 
mind '^ Cnurtee to tin lazing authority. 
''PCC* mens die Federal Communications 
Caigmissi(». 

" Re si dent ial Stibserfoer" means a purckas- 
er ot scrvtee teUvered over the system 
to an individual dweUii^ unit, where the 
aerviet is w^ to be utiHied in <9Mme<ltlon 
irttt a business, trade or {ntMtession. 
"Mmeftbtr" mens a purchaser of sn-vice 
drttverad over tte system. 
1) "bislc Service" mea» the deUvery by 
file fraatee of those audto and vtsual sig- 
nals reined by the FCC to be carried oa 
a CATV system and any broadcast tetevl- 
ston s^nals allowed by the FCC to be car- 
ried oa a CATV system. 
S) "Addtttonal S«i^»" means any com- 
mmteatioBs service i^her than Basic Ser- 
vtee, provided over its system by tte com- 
paay directly or as a carrier for its siA- 
sitfaries, affiliates or . any otter peraoa 
Mfmad ta «NB»itf cations services iKtad- 
taff. bf way ofgezample but not limited to, 
bviflar alarm, data or (rther electrooie 
IntelUgMce transmisston. focsimile repro^ 
dactioa, meter reading, and home shonriagi 
"Chan^" means a frecpency band 6 MHZ 
te widtt which Is oqnble of carrying a 
studard taroadcast aodio-video television 
sigaal; tbrtter, Ite definition shall include 
tiM foUowiag classes/types of channels, as 
specified by FCC reiculattons: 

1) Class I cable television channel: A 
signalling patt proviited by a cable tele- 
visioa sy^m to relay to snbscrfoei' ter- 
minals television broadcast programs that 
are. received ofl-tt-air or are obtained by 
microwave or by direct eonneetion to a 
television broadcast station. 

2) Class n cable television channel: A sig- 
naUtt^ patt provided by a cable television 
syitem to deUver to subscriber terminals 
televiston sigaato that are intended for re- 
ception by a television broadcast receiver 
wlttoot the use of aa aniliary decoding 
device and which signals are not involved 
in a broadcast transmission patt. 

i) nass m cable television charawl: A sig- 
nalling patt provided \tf a cable television 
system to deliver to subscriber terminals 
signals that are inteaded for reception by 
eqdpmeot otter ttan a television broadcast 
receiver or by a television broadcast re- 
ceiver only when asfld wttt auxiliary 6tfi 
co&ts^ e(|Bipment. 

4) Class nr cabte television channel: a sif- 
aalltag patt provided by a calde television 
^stem to traasmit signals of any type 
from a subscriber terminal to amrther ppUrt 
ia tte cable tetevlsion systm. 
~'Kmn^iSe CATT^sfmarmtssrim-- 

coastructioo of tte system in a given area 
has ben ctmqdeted to tte degree that no 
m^or eoaslnHaoB is required ttkfMwtde 
BaslcServIc^||((lB reqoeliE- *:■'"••,'!' .••'*'^'-".' 
*1>ill^ Access Channel" means a cteaael 
OB tte system whieb Is reserved for use 
by tbt piMic on a dedicated, non-commer- 
cial, aoadiscrlmiBatory basis, to accordaace 
Witt tte ndes ot FCC. 
"EdMattOD Access CkanneP meaas a channel 
on file s]«tem wUch is reserved for use 
Iqr efteatioBBl aattorittes desigaated brfiie 
C^, to aMordance wltt tte ndes of die 
FCC. 

"hoal Gdveramert Accem Channel" means a 
ditaael oa tte system which is resenwd 
tor aae liy the Ctty, to aceordance wltt 
A« rales of tte PCC. 

"Amcss Chaanels' laclades all public, ed- 
acattoa. local government, ad leased dian- 
arts. 

"Leaaad Access Chattd' means a chmmel 
oa the system which is reserved for car- 
ri^e of program material provided 1^ per- 
sena who lease ctavel time from the gm- 
tee. tadodtog tte unused porUoo of the 
puMie, eitacatton, and local government ae- 



"H^ 



T. The total aamber of sabscribers stall %e 
Menataad as fidlows:' In tte event a single 
fee to paid for service to a mult^e dvel- 
Ung odt, dm aambm- <A eqaivalnt sab- 
Mrtters^all be determined by dividing such 
Am b? tte tten pr^aUlng residential sub- 
Krtter rate and ravM^ the resoltiag 
qaotieat to tte nearest vrtiole number. To 
fliU ■mbmr shall be added tte mmber of 
d eOwr aiAaaftan. 

U. "Taw* aaaaa a^ pertol of KS eonsecu- 

T. ntflU Ir rice Area- maaaa tifat pi^tion 
of Mw Ctty wfewa aaeiviaed trarit c^e 
tfitf ba eitaaded mt service shaU be 
BMda awlMla to an peraoos dMirtag aaid 
•CTvlea wflkto five (S) jMn after the re- 
0^ <tf a Certificate of Compiiaace frtnn 

iwrcc. 

W. "i^plMtitol'' meaas any persoo, firm, aa- 
poretioa; or otter eofity wto v^ iHd^ ap- 
Itfea tor a ealite televisiOB franchise pur- 
nmd to ttis <»dtauice. 
X. "i^^e^toa Rjrm'meansttestaBdardfwm, 
toeorporated herein by refermce and mnte 
a part hereof, whidi must be complied 
aad ntoDMad by rach applicaik in order 
to v^y lor a ctfde tdevislon franchise 
pnrMaat to ttis ordinance. 
Y. "Prtte^" mans ta- the purposes of tUs 
ordtoWM aad tte ai^llnttoa form, any 
perMa, groop itf persoas acting to «»inrt, 
tem. eorporattea, or other eatity i*o or 
iri^h OWM or eoatrols 1% or more ai an 
^^eait's ovttal stock w is a meMcr of 
tte mOcaal's taard <d IMrectors. 
S. FtoMse INqittrad; Darattoii; Escl^v- 
tty; Rigtts «t ParUes; Rm^otlatioa of 
PiuddseTwas. 
A. The Cnr iMB gnat a franchise for flw 
v^st mai^^mm^m^ «» Ctty fn- tte ewsUw- 
ttea, op^ifiM, ud maMeaaaM of a CATV sys- 
tem. Mo q^em dttU be altowed to OGOipf or Me 
TB^ *•* «TN^ay^i»r aiH aay ^atSOT*" 
aOowd to t9»^ wtto^ a CATV FramMae. A 
CATT rnu^Ow aty be SMtdad ^ ordlnanee oaly 
ater nm GraMa's ^^. character, financial, tech- 



nical and otter qualiflcations and tbe adeqtucy and 
feasibility of its construction arrii^ements tave 
be«i approved by tte City as a part of a full public 
proceeding ailording interested parties due process. 
B. 1) The" franchise shall be granted for a 
term of fifteen years; thereafter, after full puWic 
hearlng(s), and according to the franchise-renewal 
procedure ttat follows, tte franchise may be renew- 
ed tor such term as in the opinion of Council 
will serve tte public toterest. 

2) Procedure to consider franchise rraew- 

al 

a) Thirteoi mmtts before expiration 
of tte franetitoe, a CATV Evaluation Com- 
mittee lAose membership shall consist 
of membeN of tbe comraunity and from 
City admttistrative staff shall be appli- 
ed by ^ City Council to review tte 
performance of ..tte franchisee and the 
ccmtent of tte CA1> Ordinance. 

b) After givii« piAlic nMct, the Com- 
mittee shall proceed to d^ermine whetter 
tte operator has satistoctortly perform- 
ed hit obllgatioos under tte franchise. 
To determtoe satisfactory performance, tte 

. Committee shall lo<A at the technical 
developmente and performance of tte sys- 
tem, programming, (rther services offered, 
cost of service, and any otter particular 
requirement set in tte ordinance such 
as tte availability of programming equip- 
iluai and persoanel to aid access channel 
users; also, among otter measurements, 
tte C(mimittee shaU consider the fran- 
cUsee's annual reports made to the City 
or tte FCC. The participation ot tbe 
public and of the Grantee shall be per- 
mitted durj^ ttese cmisldersltions. 

c) A four moatt pertod shall be pro- 
vided to determine tte grantee's eligi- 
bility for mewal. 

d) tlie Committee shall tten prepare 
wi^n two montts any amendements to 
tte Tranchtoe Ordinance that it believes 
necessary. 

e) Tbe Committee AaU submit recom- 
mendaltoas wltt regard to (1) renewal of 
the franchtoe, (2) changes to the fran- 
chise, and (3) amendments to tte Fran- 
chtoe (Minance to City Council tor its 
consideration. 

f)lf tte City Council finds tte Grantee's 

• t performance satisfactory, a new iranchise 

may be granted pursuant to tte ordinance 

asamoxted. 

}, g) In tte event tte curreitt Grantee is 

determined by City Council to hhve per- 

~^ formed imsatisfactorily, new an>licants 

• !, may be sought and evaluated by tte CATV 

Evaluation Committee and a franchise aw- 
ard made by City Council according to 
CATV franchising procedures adc^ted tqr 
-the City Council. 






h) to exjunction wltt tte eaaceUatiim 
and/or eqdratlon i^ tbe frimchise, and 
independnt of any finding made by City 
CtiiiKil^jiiit ,tt^ current GraiAee's per- 
tormaiKe has bemi or has not been sat- 
tottctory. City Council reserves tte right 
to maka a franchise award to a new gran- 
tee foUowtog fnncUsingprocettiresadivt- 
ed by City Council. 

1} No determination of unsatisfactory 
past performance may be made unless 
tte Grantee has had full notice of the 
possttUlty of such fladings aad a chance 
to be heard; tte determination itself shall 
be sivported by complete written find- 
ings ot fact, to the event of such a find- 
lag, file Graidee shall be compensated to 
aa amount equal to die bir market value 
of tte system as a going concam, deter- 
mtoed by arbitration, either ttroi^h pur- 
chase of tte system by tte City pur- 
sijant to Section 17 hereof or by pay- 
ttuaA to him of that amount by tte new 
Grantee. 

C. Tbe franchise, rights, and privileges grant- 
ed pursuant to this ordinance are not exclusive and 
Bottlng to thto ordinance shall t>e construed to pre- 
vent a grant by tte City of a similar franchise, 
right, and inivUeges to otter persons or corpora- 
ttoas. 

D. The right to hereby reserved to tte City 
to adcqit, to addition to tte provisions contained 
hereto and to extoting ^^Ucable ordinances, such 
aditttimial ..regutotions as it shall find ^cessary 
to the exerdse of its police power, provided, how- 
ever, that nottii« to ttis provtoion shall (^erate 
to deprive or curtail tte rights and privll^es of 
the Grantee aa-granted by this franchise and pro- 
vided further ttat such regutotions be pursuant to 
a Pablic Hearii« to which the Grantee shall be 
givea notice. 

E. 1) Scheduled Rene^ittotlon Sesstons. The 
Ctty aad tte Grantee shall hold scheduled reaego- 
ttotim sessions wittto thirty (30) days prior to tte 
ttird, sixtt, ntott, and tweUtt anniversary dates 
of fiu Grantee (Malning certification for tte system 
from tte FCC. All such reneg(4iaUon sessions shall 
be open to tte public aad shall be announced by 
Hm City to a^ gpwspaper of general drcutotion at 
laaat five (5) days before each session. 

2) ^tecial PenegoUation Sessions. ^)ecial 
reaep^Uon sessions may be held at any time dur- 
i^ tte term of tte franchise provided that both 
tte Ctty and tte Grantee shall mutually agree on 
iha time, tte ptoce aixl tte topics to be negotiated. 
AH sack renegottotlon sesstons shall be open to 
tte imblic and announced to a newsiaper of general 
cfrcotoUra at least five (S) days before eaeh session. 

3) Testes to Be Negottoted. Tbe following 
tag^s diall be discussed at every scheduled rene- 
gtMatke sessldB: service rate structures; free or 
dtocootfad services; i^pUcatiM (tf new technologies; 
system performance; services provided; program- 
mii« leered; calmer complatots, privacy and hu- 
man rigtts; amMdmeots to this ordinance; uader- 
powdtog |H-agress; aad Judicial and FCC rulings. 

Tjqrics, in «lditton to those listed, may be 
added if agreed vm by Mk parties. Members of 
Urn ^nwal pd>lic may aM Ic^cs eitter by work- 
tog ttrongh tte MrMatiag parties; or by pres«t- 
iag a petitiott. If such a petition bars tte valid 
dgntltrec (rf ^Ay tW) or more ipalified electors 
et tte City, tt^ prqx»ed tc^iic or tofrfcs shall be 
aMad to tte Ust to be dtoeussed at tte r^^t^- 
tton session. 



The Sun, April 1«. 1975 - B-5. 

4) Rwydred Fiaaiudal Informatimi. At all 
renegofiattoa i^l(»a, tt^ Gt^^fs rtall provida 
tte annual report for all years complied, containing 
ftiU cash ttow toformation. Sapptemotal financtol 
information regardtog tte operations of tte Grantee 
and tte system lAall be promptly stnrfled bjr the 
Grantee upon tte request of the City. 

5) Fact Fiaaing and Arbitration Permitted. 
Any matter which is <ttspnted during a renegotto- 
tlon session fflay be submitted to fact finding or 
arbitration at the election of one of the parties, 
as provided in tte Section ber^ entitled "krtA- 
frattwi." 

6) Dtopute Over Flnandal Conditions. 
Should a dispute arise over whetter tte financial 
condition of tbe Grantee as reported pursuant to 
ttU Sectton is in accord* with generally accepted 
accounting practices and prtociples as practiced in 
tte CATV industry, then such dispute shall be sub- 
mitted to fact finding or arbitration as provited 
to tte Section eatitied "Arbitration. " 

7) Disctosure After Renegotiation Session. 
The City shall at tte conclusion of all renegotia- 
tion sessions, tosue a public stotement announc- 
ing all agreements ttat were reached by tte parties 
as a result of tte rnegottotion. 

4. Useoftte^reet 

A. Tbe Grantee shall have the right to use the 
sfreete of tte City for tte construction, operation, 
tad matotenance of a CATV system as prescribed, 

i-egutoted, and limtted by |Hx>vislon$ (rf ttto ordin- 
ance and by stole, local, and federal tow, bott 
present and IMura. 

B. The right granted shall allow the grantee 
to construct, erect, matotam, and (Hwrate suchpoles. 
condnito, to were, manholes, sntiways, wires, cables, 
appltonces. and^^ eqnipment necessary for ttie safe 
and efficient operation of a CATV system; provided 

that: 

i. The Grantee shall utilise the facilities of 
utiUttes and sidnrays wherever practi- 
cable. 
11. ta no case may tte Grantee install poles 
where un^rground facilities are in use 
by ntiUty compantes witboot approval 
of file City Maager (H> without the con- 
sent of the ^ency or d^artraent de- 
s^ihated tqt<Uie City Manager to give 
sucB eonaent, subject to any Umitotions 
or restrictions determined to be to the 
pid>lic toterest. 
A„ Ui. Notting to this iieetion sball be con- 
strued to act as a waiver of the power 
(rf tte City to require by ordinance tbe 
substitution of under-ground service for 
/ overhead service *to areas where tte 

electric aad/or telephone compaaies 
place ttieir service midergrooad. 
iv. Nottitog to ttto Section shall be oan- 
< strued to relieve the Grantee from its 

^- obligattaa to pay any fees or rent for 

tM tts use of faculties of the City, util- 

ity compantes or other legal eatitles. 
-€7 — ?%e — gnaRee' ^ shall aot erect or 



move, alter or change tte location of any pet/e, 
tower, wire, conduit, stAiway, line, omnhole, ca- 
Ue or equ^md to any strert.alley or oOkt pid>- 
11c ptoce of tlw Ctty or dig, cut or ^ttstarb any 
street, alley or dOter pddlc ptoce of Uw City ua- 
less prior written notice of ito iatoitioa so to do 
to givm to mtt department or agency of Uie City 
as shall have been or may be designated by. tbe 
~ City Council and permission to writing so to do' 
to grants by such department or agency or such 
requireraeat to waived by such department or agency. 
Sach permlssiott shaU be cendittooed upon com- 
idiaace wltt tte terms, conditions, provtolons, and 
Umitotions of thto franchise and witt such otter 
terms, provtotons, cooditloito, aad Umitottoas as wiU 
inreserve, iwotect, ud promi^ tte safety of tiie 
paMlc Bslif ^e streeto, aUeys, and ^her piddle 
Iflaees oi tte City and as wiU preveid toterfereace 
Witt or obstraction of tte use of streeto, aUeys, 
and otter poblic ptoces by Qie City or by any otter 
potdie or utility or pubUc service corporation 
for tteir respective jninnses and functions. Such 
permission shaU also be conditioMd apon such other 
terms, provistons, ctmditiims. and Umitotions as 
will preserve, protect, and promote tte hotth. 
safety, and general weltore of die City aad ito di- 
toens subjed 4o tte towfU ezerelse d the poUce 
power. 

D. to tte event of tte relocation, construdlon. 
reconstruction, matotenuice or repafr by ttie City 
of any of tts tocUlttes or services now or here- 
after acqufred. and toclading bat oiA limited to any 
street, aUey or otter pubUc ptoce, sewer, elec- 
brlc, water, fire alarm, poUce a>mffluaications or 
traffic co^ol facilities or any part ttereof, or 
to tte evwt access to any street, aUey or oUier 
pubUc ptoce to or from any property of the City 
to required, and it to necessary to move, alter 
or relocate, -fitter permanenUy or t^aporarlly, 
any of tte grantee's poles, tow«9, wires, appliances, 
coiduito. sidiways, Uaes, maakdes, caUes or effOp- 
mett or any part ttereof to Uie pubUe right-of-way, 
to order for tte Ctty to relocate, Construct, re- 
coastrud. matotato or repair any such facility, 
service, sfre^, aUey or otter pubUc ptoce or any 
such sewer or dectric, water, fire alarm, police 
commuieatiai or traffic (K»trol todUty, or any 
part ttereof, or to obtato access to or from such 
prtq^ierty, qxn notice from tte City, Uie graidee 
wUl move, atter or relocate sach pole, tower, ap- 
pliance, onduit, subway, line, manhole, calde or 
eqoipm«d or part ttereof, at ito own cost and 
eq>ettse; aad shnild tte grantee faU, refuse or 
n^lect to comply wltt such ndlce, such pole, tower, 
wire, aKiliance, conduit, subway, Une, manhole, 
cable or equipment or part thereof may be re- 
moved, altered or relocated by the City at the a»t 
of tte grantee and tte Ctty shaU not be Uable to 
tte grantee tor damages resnlti^ from such re- 
moval, alteration or retocatim. 

E. The grantee AaU at no cost to tte City 
ered, tostoU, and matotato on any of Ito poles, 

'towers, wires. appUances, conduits, srtiways, lines, 
manhotes, cilttes or eipiipment ta or mar tte streets. 
aUeys, aad olk«- puUlc ptoces d the City ^ch 
reasonable devices to an>ralse or warn persoas 
using tte streets, aUeys, and oU»r public places 
of tte exist»ce rt swA poles, towers, wires, ap- 
Idtonces, conduits, stiiways, maaboies, Uaes, cables 
or equipment as AaU be Inm time to time reasoa- 
ably prescrttcd or appmed for purposes rf public 
— aaf ety b y s a eb d ep artme n t or ag e acy of ^r€ity 
as shall teve beea or may be de^aated tor the 
pBiix»e t^ tte City ComcU and permisslM to writ- 
CCaataHdeaarndpaga) 



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(ConUmwl flrom pr«eM^Ui( pM*) 

ing so to (to is granted Iqr sueh iteptrtinest or i^Miey 
or such requiremeot 'is waivcii Iqr sitcfc d^art- 
ment or agency. 

F. The grai^e shall teve the right to remove, 
trim, cirt, and keep clear of its poles, towers, wires, 
and ottter overhead aK»Uaoces aad equipment, the 
trees in and ak«g the streets, alleys, and oOer 
public places of the City, provided it first oMaln 
a written permit from the City so to (to, except 

% in cases of emeiisency and further provided that 
in the exercise of such right, the grantee shall 
not cut, remove, trim or otherwise injure sich 
trees to any greater extent than is necessary for 
the installation, maintenance, and use of such poles, 
towers, wires, and other overbad aptdiances. 

G. The grantee in the exercise of any right 
granted ta it by this ft^iaehise, shall at nacost to 
the City, promptly reconstruct, r^lace, restore or 
repair any facility or service of the City, now 
or her^Lfter acquired, including but not limited to 

, any street, alley or other public place, sewer, 
electric, water, fire alarm, police communication 
or tra«i«^ control facility or any part thereof which 
may be damaged, disturl>ed or destroyed by tte 
exercise of any such right, in a manner, with such 
materials and to the satisfaction of such depart- 
ment or agency as shall have been or may be de- 
signated by the City Council and permission in 
writing so to 4o is granted by such department 
or agency or such re<|uiremeot is waived by such 
department or agency; provided that should the 
grantee fail to comply with these requirements, the 
City shall have the right to carry out the pro- 
visions of this paragraph and grantee shall reim- 
burse the City fbr all expenses Incurred in so do- 
ing. 
i. Maintenance of the System 

A. The grantee siiall at all times employ 
ordinary care and shall install and maintain de- 
vices or systems tor (M^venting failures and ac- 
cidrats which are likely to cause damage, iajor- 
ies or nnisaiues to the piAlic. 

B. Tte grantee shall install and maintain its 
wires, calde, fixtures, and other eqoipmeirt so as 
not to interfere with the equipment of any utility 
of the City or any other oitity lawfully aad ri^t- 
tully usi^ the conduit, pole, sabway or other part 
of the right-of-way. 

C. The sy^em shall at all times be kept in 
good repair and in a site and acceptable condi- 
tion, according to all FCC technical requirements 
and technical standards contained in grantee's bid. 

0. All conductors, catdes, towers, poles, and 
other components of the system shall l>e located and 
constructed by the grantee so as to provide mini- 
mum interference with access by adjoining property 
owners to the streets and public ways nor shall 
any pole or (^er fixtures of the grantee placed 



in the public way interfere with tte uul travel 
ta such pti>Uc way. 

E. Dining the term of tUs franchise and uiy 
i^ewal thereof the Gk-antee shalT mliatato wHUa 
the City a 16cA bnshiess oMeifi*- )U/ parpose 
of receiving and resolHng all complaints regard- 
ing the 9iality (rf service, etpiipneat malAmctioas, 
MlUng dispata and similar matters. The local 
business office shall be opea to receive inquiries 
and complaints during normal business hours, and 
in no evat less than 9:00 a.m. to S:O0p.m., Ifon- 
(by through Friday. In additira, the Grantee shall 
maintain a twei^-fbnr hour aaswering service and 
a qualified technician <m call to that servke so 
that any interference with the operatioa of the sys- 
tem, ocimling those ot iatHvidiial instrmeaUlties 

' 00 private pr(verty, shall te eorreded immeiiiatdy. 
The Grantee shall respond to all servfce calls daal- 
ing with the malfundioning of eqaipmeBt in the 
possession of the sidiscriber wittin tweoty-foor 
(24) hours and correct raalftmctions as promptly 
as possible, but in all cases not longer than forty- 
^fat (48) hours after notiflcatioa ttiereof, except 
in circumstances beyond the control of the Gran- 
tee. Grantee shall keq> a maintenance service log 
which diall indicate the nature of each service 
complaint, and the date and time thereof. This log 
shall be made available for periodic inspecttoa by 
the City Manager or his designated representative. 

F. Exceirt in an emergency, the Graatee may 
intermit service for maintenance and repair ser- 
vice only after notifying all »it>scribers at least 
forty-eight (48) hours in advance and only daring 
periods of minimum use. 

G. The Grantee is hereby {»x)bibited i^om leas- 
ing, selling or repairing television and radio 
receivers. 

6. Construction and Technical Standards; taltial 
Service Area; Extension of Service Area. 

A. Within sixty (60) days after accepting a 
franchise, the Grantee shall submit to the FCC aa 
an>lication for Certificate of Compliance, along with 
all necessary supporting materials. The City Mua- 
ger shall be given a copy of all documents so filed. 

B. The Grantee shall commence construction 
within ninety (90) days after the receipt of a Cer- 
tificate of Compliance from the FCC. 

C. The Initial Service Area, as defined in Sec- 
tion 2 of fliis ordinance, shall include all proper^ 
within Virginia Beach north of the trace of the f&l- 
lowing described line: 

Beginning at a point at the intersection of tlie City's 
western boundary with Chesapeake and Providence 
Road; thence south on the City's western boimdary . 
with Chesapeake to its interseetira with Interstete 
64; thence north along Interstate 64 to its inter- ' 
section with Centerville Turnpike; thence north along 
Centerville Turnpike to its intersection with the wes- 
tern boundary of Level Green Subdivision; thence 
south aloi% the western boundary and east atong the 
awthem bouidary of Level Green ^ibdivisicw to 
its intersection with West Centerville Ttatfike; 
thence south al(»g West Cmterville Taraplke to 
its intersection with K empw i i la R(»d; thence north ' 
OB Kempsville Road to its intersectton with the west 
bMBdaries <a tt>e Wood Tract aad Charlestown 
SttfacUvtsion; thence sanih ah»g tte west bomtary 
of fte Ct^rlestown SubdIviskM and generally north- 
east alo^ the south boundaries of the CharlntowB, 
Br^^oon, and Lake Christopher Subdivisions to' 

i*^ i^Aj^^^AJvtjjt^k wB*Ht fml'ifili Pilfnr O^^aA. ♦ Kjvfcjfc ^ rngMi ^^ 

aloag Indian River Road to its intersecti<m with the 
smA haen&uT of tte Rmeoaort Farms StMivisioa; 
ttmee mrtfe along the tontb boundary of the Rose- 



a<»t Farms Subdivision and ast aloe BecmUoa 
Drive to its intersecticm with ^em Road; ttMnee 
tiLsX alosg the line of Recreatloa Drive ^Mded 
to its ii^rsection with Princess Anne Roul; Vbeftm 
s(»]tb along Princess Anne Road to its intersaettan 
with Nortt Landstown Road; thence nortti along Nmrth 
LandstowB Road, to its intersection wltti Holland 
RoMl and the Starting Farm ^xttvistoni'ttRflca eaat 
aloi« Oe aoMi bo«ad|ry of the Starling Fam ik^- 
dlvlsiOB to its tatersection with ^uposed Canal 
No. 2; theaee sdMh along the Una ^ pn^uj^ed 
Canal Ifo I to Its iMersectioa witt the wast hoondary 
tf Colony Acres ^Uxllvisim; ttMce atxrik akng 
Hm west boundary aad east along the »wa boM- 
dary of Ctdmy Acres Sidiidivisicm to its intersection 
with }A»iSM BrMge Itoad; Uiew:e wst along London 
Bridge Road to iU intersectton wttb Harper Itoad; 
theaee north along Harper Road to its iirtersectian 
wtth Harper's Square sabdivision; thence southwest 
along the northern boaadary and sonUi along Um 
wmiaik hoondary M Harper's Square and Der^ Rw 
subdivisions, and «Hih along the northaastem bound- 
aries of Detty Rob subdivisioa to its intarsection 
with Harper Road; thence north along Harper Road 
to Us iatersectioo with Oceana Boulevard; thence 
south along Oceana Boulevard to Its intersection 
wiQi Proqierity Road; tteace east along Proqwrity 
Road to its intersectira witt Gaaeral Booth Bou- 
levard; Ihem^ north along General BooUi Boule- 
vard to its intersection with Croatan Road; thence 
east aloi« Croatan Road to its intersection with 
the Atlantic Ocaaa. "Iliis Initial Service Am shall 
indnle the property abirttiag bott aides of Ute street 
which torn the Una." - 

AddltionaBy flie lattial Servtee Area shaU inclade 
Um arana re^vsented by the trace of the Une coa- 
■enelnf at the City's North Landinf Etementary 
Sdnol and Vocational-Tecfanical High Schod on North 
LttBdtag bnd aad eonttauing eastward along North 
Laadh« Road to its intersection with Princess Anne 
Road; theaee *>ut ahmg Priacess Anae to its inter- 
section wtttt ..uid Ro«l; thence north along Hol- 
land Road to aad inclndhig Court Hobs* Forest Snb- 
dtvision; Jheace nmlh along HoUand Road <to ttw 
City's KeUara H^h School; additionally, flroU the 
intersection ot Princess Ame Road and HoUand 
ttmi eastward aloag Princes Aaae Road to its 
ii^rsactioB with Seaboard Road; thence sonth along 
Seaboard Road to Its iatersectioa with Lee Roy 
Drive; tteace west aloag Lee Sof Drive to its 
Mdiag. 

Tlw tattial Service Area as ttescribed d»ve shaU 
exclude aay properties of Feteral and State owner- 
^4>; however, tticse areas of Federal aad State 
owneraiiip mxy be serviced at tte discretian of tlw 
Graatee. 

The lattial Service Area as described above shall 
be senrad ^tter iqr a direct aable line or by mic- 
rowave, at the option of the Grantee. 



The lattial Sai^pie* Ana as deaerfted above is 
sinwB OB fli* map, entitled "taitial Service Area 
Map*, wUch is attached hereto and made a part 



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D. WltUn the hdtia] Service Area, the Grantee 
AaU aceompUsb significant constrnct^ and make 
service available aroichout a minimam of 20% 
Hi said area within one year after receiving a Cer- 
tifleate <tf Compliance from the FCC. Thereafter, 
tte Grantee AaU eqoltably and reasonably extend 
BDeifized trade cable and make serviM available 
tkitn^KMtf at least an additional 20% ot said area 
each year. Service diall be made avaHaUe throagh- 
ool the ealta«ty of the bitial Strrite Area aot later 
ttaa live (5) years after receipt af the Certifl- 
cate of Conidiaaee from the FCC. As additional 
aobscribers bec«ne availaUe within the Initial Ser- 
viM Area, dne to the ctastraction <a naw boydiaga,' 
the Graatee diall extend energised tnmk cable and 
make service available as eq>editioasly as pos- 
sible to ensure that all per«»s wHhta the lattial 
8«^e Area have cabU service availatde at all 
times ttrooghont Hie term of the traacUse. 

E. OatsUa tta tattial Service Area, the Grantee 
shall extend its {dant and make service available ( 
as rapidly as ecoaomically and techaicaUy teazle. 

At every scheduled raiegotiatlon sessioa, the Graa- 
tee diatt give economic aad technical reasons for 
eontiBuing not to make service avail^e to all per- 
ams wtthhi tte City. All persons affected bjr this 
poUcy ^all be given as opportanity to be heard 
at the renegc^tiM sesstoas. When discnssbig this 
issae, the City aad tte Graatee shall cooaider tow 
cost constmction techniques, variable feertruetwaa, 
and all other ideas which m^ permtt theimaMdiate 
eileasion ot ]daat and servto to 100% of the pot- 
ential anbscrfhers. In addition to aay extension 
arraBgeaaeats negotiated witt the Grantor, the Gnm- 
tee maj negotiate witt potential snbscribers in 
areu of margtaal linear density tor aa equitable 
diartag of costs to extend tte cable television sys- 
tem into saM marginal areas. ^Kh nqpitiations may 
hictade, but aot be limited to, various lev^ of 
constructioB coOs, ]»tMtability, rate of r^mi, ta- 
stallation tees, and mcmttly saiscripllon tees. 

F. The Grantee shall operate the CATV system 
ami maintain all technical staadards as contained 
In its IM and shall coottone to so operate and buIb- 
tain tte CATV system until such time as the FCC 
iwomal^ates new technical standards tor CATV sys- 
teas, lA which time the City Cooncil nay adopt 
niGh standlrds. 

G. The Grantee agrees to conform to all FCC 
technical requiremraits for cable TV systnns. 

B. The Grantee shall design and nmstrnct tte 
plant la saeh a mamer as to iMrovfale technical 
capacity tor two-way digital commurieations. 
7. Services 

A. The system shall initially provide channel 
aUocations aad programing Mrvices as bU by tte 
snccessful bidder; and said chaaael allocatioos aad 
programming services stall be a contttioo of tte 
franchise. Furtter, tte system shall initiaUy provide 
eNher n mtrtmnm of twenty channels or a aamber 
as may be reared by tte FCC, whl(A ever is 
greater. Preset - chauel allocatioM ra^rtred by 
the FCC ara as kUtfn: 



I. VHF and VHP teo^aat etaanete nqnired 

by tte FCC * . .aU 

_ii — locMl Qoturmimi Acst^ Ctomel i 

in. EdacatioB Access ChaaMl . I 

iv. lUUe Aee^s Cbim^. . r 1 

V. LMsed Access CtaiMl reiMttiter 



B. The grairtee agrees that if aqr on»t mm- 
ber ti mxaa elUMals qtt r A m liMMd efcaanris 
is (^»d to he da«^«l l» i^ pttfwe todad- 
i^ hat not ttnited to, thaae «eatfo«ed dtove, tt 
wiU file atoi« wtt tte ktou^m fl<e««rtd to 
re<^ve a Certilicato itf Cob^Im^ aa rehired by 
Sacttoi f A of WaorMneean^MMtlarawiMvar 
of Oie ap^^ea Of fnieral raplattai f^ C.F.H. 
ScetiMTC.SSI. 

C. Sw flpMittag rates e^Mlrted by the graa- 
tee for tt* Pridic Access, Eda e atioB Access, aad 
htum kee^ tamKMmuwmtmmti»MV^ 
omu of the Ctty ttaufer In* rev^r and oommant 
bHore fiUag wtth liK FCC. 

D. The Ctty dMllcaUdishepantintndM aad 
procaitarca tor tte Local GovacaaMat Access Chan- 
nel or Chnn^a. 

E. Tk* graatee shall prmrhte BmIc Sn^riee aad 
one free oattet to auh of tt» foUawttv piddie 
tedlltt**: aU oowttensM, priaow. r^imutortes, 
detention eei^, puhlie haapttato, poltoi and fire 
tfittan. Bi^«lpil <«te*s, aid wMc admds iMiA 
are pused by tte CATV syrt^ as dcteed ia Us 
MdiMKe. The fraatee ahaU pravide aervic* to new 
eonatneUon hweiimlter toovUad far ttw atove p*- 
Ue ^ilttias. The Ctty 9t Virgil Beach reacrvae 
ttM ri|M to iHovhte scrvte* to paUle bdlittaa 
oatelde of tte francUscd area at tts own eq^enae. 
IndnttiK tedudcal eqiansimi axp a na a a ^ 

F. Ia tte event of an e ne i ftn e y or disaster, 
ttw grantee shaU, lyon the reqaot of the Ctty 
Maaager or his doignatad agent, mOc* avnflatde 
tts fccttittes to tte City ot TIrgMa Baadi tor eai- 
ergeaey use for tte donUon of sodi emergency 
or disaster. 

G. The grantee ShaU dedicate addttioaalAecess 
Chaanels, chaaaris for orlginatiaa c ahle ca at tog, aad 
aU licUittes and aervicM aa raqaired hy tte FCC. 
I. Rates 

A. The iatttel residential ntea tor inalaUa- 
ttoa, monthly televisioB, and FU radto aervice, as 
weU as tte inittal i^tes for coBBMrdal and wul- 
t^te dweUi^ anbsCTtters, shaH he aa hid by ttw 
saeceastol Udd«r ut scented by Ctty Coaaei! 
alter tta rcvtew, ud after a pabUc haariaghas baaa 
hdd fvtor to tte award of tte fnaddae; provided 
ttiat aU hids ahaU eodonn" to ttw ailBiBaB re- 
fBiremente of ttiis saetioa. 

B. Tte graatee rtaU aot dwrgp a dtocoaa eet 
lee. 

C. Tte Graidea nay ooUaet a seeartty deposit 
ft«ffl each aabscriber at a rate whiek ia naifraia. 

D. Changs to ratea for Basic Swvice shaU 
te aattMlaed ^ ttw Ctty oi^ attar coasMenttoa 
d Ike a<^*dded r a aag oO aUoa saaatoaa provided In- 
ta SectioB SE above. Saeh eteagaa ta ntn AaB 

pA* adoplad bj tte City, 19 written reaolatiae, only 
after a PaUie Rearing i^ich steU te annoraced 
by wrtttn aotiee pabliated ta a aewqwper ot gea- 
eral cirenlattM at least tea (Ml) dajw before ttw 
date of ttw haartag. A reqpest tor a dknge ta ratea 
Buy te inttitied by etther ttw Graatee or tte Ctty. 

.JSaek-reipmte jAa2L.tai.u JHtttR- QfjMMIe msmi^^ 
aad shaU te aecoi«aaiad hy writtea )astifieatioa 
for tte change. 

E. For service tnm etthn- amrtead or «a- 
a e nr O a ad foadar etide, ta Ito evaat (te ittstnee 

'••Him «N^ taatwQao'WttvWNot. tm^>mmm i6iat 
joeoyied by tte ftedar ciUe to ny dattct afttw 
aatecrtben aet exeeada IM teat, tte Grantee way 

' awke an additional charge not to exceed ttw aetaal 
direct eost to ttw Grantee tftrttmttfUe to saeh dta- 
taace ta exeeas el 150 feet. Tor aadargroaad service 
from aa overhead cabte, tte Graidce iBay.^aTce, 
ta addttioB to tte charge dated above, ttid dUfer- 
aaee hatweea tte Grantoe'a iacarrad vartolde eoat 
of prevhflag andmreaad IMUttah aad tte eattnated 
eost af eoastracttiv eqdvalaal awtal toeiUtlee. 

F. Tte Grutee may pattttaa tte Ctty Coaadl 
tor a revtew of aay rate, or aotttyCaaadlofade> 
aire to Wttate a aew aaridee at aay tiae. Coaa- 
eil may defer final aeitoa aa aadi raqaeal aatO 
saeh tirae u ta tte dtserettoa of CoaaeU will awvc 
tte paWc Merest; provided, hawevar, ttttt ta ao 
eveat dwQ aaeh dday ta ttaal aetioa eittcad iMtre 
thu ttree (D Moatts from Ow date of aay saeh 



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p*a» ^.: 

G. Eieapt as provMad bMta, ao taadknd rtaU 
denuad or M»capt payawai froa (kaataa ta nOmago 
tor peraitttiBg cable televisiaa sendee, ea or wtthta 
aaid laadkffd's property or prMBisaa. Upoa ap- 
pUcattoa to ttw Ctty by a lawtkBd. a oopy of whitA 
ahdl te served i^oa tte Graatee, ttw City may ap- 
prove tte paywaitt of a rtaaeaaUe fee to coa- 
pansate tte lamflord for dtoad aipansaa attrite- 
tdde to tte installatton of tte oH* tderialon ser- 
vice. Tte Grantee diaU te a aeeeaaary party to aay 
aaeh detemtaatioa aad ahaB te aAwdad n ttp- 
por taaity to comm^ upon w oppoee aadi appii- 
eattoa. 
9. Cwn pen aa tt o a 

A. Tte Graatee shaU pay, as eoaipaaaattoa to 
tte City, aa annaal fee of 9% of tts groas sdwert- 
ber rece^ito. ta tte event itet tt ta determined 
ttiat ttw FCC lades tte }arisdlcUoa to taapoae ttw 
1% Unttatioa oa Awwhiae IMa, or ttait ttw Umtt 
ta raised or tte la* hads ta diaagad to allow re- 
aeaaas flron ottwr Ihaa Mbaertttf ra^pte to te 
aaed ta ateatattag tte fee, ttva ttw.teaehiae fee 
ateU te aii^edt to renegoUatioB. ta ttw cved ttwt 
ttw parties caaaot agree qnn a new bwrndUa* fee, 
ttw Burtter dwU te sabattttad to ntttratiaa. Any 
resnlttag award riwU te retroaetiva. 

B. Tte Gmte* ahall pay tta above fee to tte 
City ta qaarterly insiallmedi, sack payaantsto te 
awde to tte Treanrer of ttw Ctty of Virglnta Beneh 
withta ttirty dajv after ^ qaaJler »ds, on nek 
forms as tte TresMrer aiay require. 

C. EMh ymr dartag which tte franchise ta 
ta !»«*, tte graatee ateU file witt tte CUyao 
later than tlfteea days after ttw utad filing date 
of tte gnatee'a Federd tacome Tax Setaipa, a 
eoiVteto ttaaadd atdaaMd, cavmrtag ttwgraalae's 
(«mdtoa«, tadidteg a balaaee dwd, a^ profit m 
ton stetomeat, aad mcM other aeeauatiag stete- 
la a ata aa may te itetermined ao^saary hf tte Ctty, 
in^ared by a Certified PnhUc Ae coaataat aeeontt« 
to ^wwaBy ae cepfad a c aaa d iagyta^toi aad rtow- 
ing ta detdi aawag otter ttlaii, greM reedpto 
aad gross sahacrib«' rav^aa aa dettwd henta, 
aad tte nd ofmU^ prott d tte fraatee dntag 
tte ilsed year eev««d l»v ttw flnnetal i^rtcmeitt. 

D. ta ttw anal 0^ pqmaat ta not tutt oa 
nr bdi^e ttw ^^loMe date ad ta pangr^ B 

«^ tM« atHtm, Mfm^ aB mm-k fyw»rt gspot- 

ttoa mmet tell ^crae to tte Ctty from nchitate 
A mm paraed ahev*^ -tta «aiiq^ MHal ^lau 
tarred r^e ^evaUtag ta tte City. 



E. Ito a»«itaaM <« any paymM shdl te con- 
draed as a rdwse or as tt a)»»}rd and saUs- 
feettoa d any ^ia tte CHy may have for tarther 

ar adUttoiidteai payable J mder this ordinance. . 

F. Nd^^ ^i^taed ta IhU imHaanee shaU 
to (NWdraed to *»nnpt tte graidwi tnm any tax, 
levy V uuHmutA wUch is now or which may 
hMaaAM' te aMerixed Iqr law. 

It. Repnto 

A. Wtthta six fflootte of tte date of its ac- 
c^tace of tts tmMlse, tte grade* shaU sd>- 
■U to ttw Ctty Manager a dan raflectim tte dat^s) 
on iddch tte giantee piate to coapieto installati(» 
ot ttw CATV sjMtoa wtthta tte various parts (tf 
tte City. Tte Ctty aay frtwi tlaae to time, reqdr% 
tmat addtiead repnto on tte progress of coostrm;- 
tioa or attw talnaatton as it may deem necessary. 

B. CopiM et wy agreemeds, reports, petitions 
or otter dacuaMata filed witt or reedvad from any 
tool, iIMm <u- lateral government relatii^ to tte 
Grantee's t^entloas wittin tte City shall te filed 
Witt tte CUy Maaager wiOita five (5) days. . 

11. Books aad Records d tte Graatee 

A. Tte fraatee rtaU aaintata an office ta tte 
City tor so loi« as tt contlanes to operate tte sys- 
tem or any pMtira fliM«d and akaU designate such 
dfiee u ttw d^e wtere ail aotices, directions, 
orders, aad refnasta may te aerved or delivered 
•Bder ttiis ordinance. Tte Ctty Manager or City 
CoaaeU ahaU te nottfied of tte location d su^4 
ofllee or say chaa^ ttered. 

B. Tte graatee shaU keep complete and accur- 
ate books d accoort and records of Its tastaess 
aad operations nnder u ta coBoection witt tte 
ordtaaace and fraaefclse. AU sodi books and re- 
earte AaU te aaidaiaed at tte grantee's office 
ta tte City. 

C. Wittta ten daya aftM- giviag writtea ndice, 
ttw Ctty Maaager dwO teve acceas to aU books 
of aeeoad Md raoords d tte gradee tor tte pur- 

pote of aaeertaiaiag tte cmrectaass d any and aU ■ ^ 
raporta aad akaU te gtvea acceas to aU sqi|de- 
Itaaactal aad engineering records apon re- 



D. Aay talae eatry ta ttw books of accnmt 
or records of tte graatee or falM stetemeat ta tte 
reports to ttw Ctty as to a autterial tact, kapiringly 
aade by ttw grantee shaU conditde tte breach d 
a BHtorid provtalan d tte ordnance and franchise. 

It. UaUUty for Damages 

A. Tte graitce agrees aad Idads itself to id- 
OBuU^, ke^. aad hold free aad termless tte City 
IJNMB aay aad dl ItaUlity or costs pertaining there- 
to artatag firoa aay Mthnttes terata anttorized 
ta ttd tte graatee rtaU pay, and by tts acceptance 
d tkte ft-anddse tte grantee spedflcaUy agrees Uut 
tt «Q1 pay aU damages and penalties which tte City? 
aM9 te lagaUy required to pay as a result of grad- 
tag tkta ftwidttse. These damages or pendties shaU 
indade bd dwU nd te Uaited to damages aris- 
tag od d copyright infringemoits and aU otter 
d^ toAiinitoii.~e^eHaar 



d Cte CATV qrdea adhi»ised tereta 
vketter or aot any act or omissioo complained 
...dljli. ad^PTMl^ d^cif^ or prohibited Iqr Uds fran- 



Hw grantee shdl pay and by its accqn 
tance d ttta firaaddse qwcificaUy agrees ttet it 
win pay aO eqwases iacorred by tte City in de- 
feadtag itself vitt regard to dl damages and pen- 
alties aeattoaed ta sdMeetioe A above. Ilwse ex- 

dudl ladade aU od-d-poeket expenses, 
aa attorney fees, and shall also include tte 
maaoadde valae d any services rendered by tte 
Ctty Attoraey or hta asststaaU or any employee 
dtteOty. 

C. Tte grattee shaU flto wM tte Ctty, larior 
to e naaaa ee a a d of tte coMtradioa d ttw CATV 
• ayataa aad thereafter autalata ta faU force aad 
afled daU ttaca fta- tte kiU tera of tte traacktae, 
d tte ei^ense of ttw giddee, a comprehensive Ua- 
htttty iuaraaee pdlcy aaming ttw City of Virgiata 
Baack aa addttkad iasared, written by a company 
attkortaed to do bastaeas ta tte State of Virginia, 
ta a Inra approved by tte City iUtorney, prdecting 
ttw Ctty a^dad UaUUty for loss d personal ta- 
Jary ud prsperty damage occasioned by tte instal- 
latiOB, raauvd, aatateattce or operattoo of tte 
CATV aydea Iqr tte graatee ta ttw foUowing mini- 



900,000 tor property damage, any one occur- 



91,000,000 for property damage - anregate. 
1900,000 tor aay peraonal latartes to aay one 



^^900,000 tor peraonal tajaries ta any one 



ly, aa sadoranaed akaU te effected 
to dtaitanto tte nwaal ZCU exdastoa. 

Tte gradee dwU also file witt '\he City a 
e o a y re fcs a atve ai^aoidle liability policy written 
by a eoaqany aattoriud to ito business ta tte State 
d Vfrftata. ta tte amomrts sd forth atove, for aU 
owned and hired veUcles operated by tte grantee. 

AU Uddlity insarance required in this sectton 
daO te k*d ta fhU force aad ^ect by tte graatee 
dartag tte existeace d ttw fraiwhise and ntil after 
tte reawvd d aU poles, wires, cables, underground 
eoaddta, aankdes, and otter conductors and fix- 
tares taddot to tte maidenam:e and operation of 
ttw CATV ayatem as, defined ta ttds ordinance. 

II. SeearifyFiad 

A. Wttdn ttirty days after ttw acceptance of 
tkta Itaadriae, ttw Grantee shaU deposit witt the 
CVtf Treaaarer aad matatata on d^K^it thr««h the 
tera d ttLfraachtae, tte saa d $10,000 ta cash 
aad ta addttfla rtaU pod a coBstnaMoa performaw:e 
hoad ta fevor of tte City of Virginia Beach in tte 
aaoot d ^00,000. Tte cash dep(»it steU serve 
M Mcartty ter tte feittfhl performance Iqr tte 
gtaiM d aU of ttw )8ovlaions of fUs ordiance, 
o^ptlag those pertalBii« to condraeltoa tt tte sys- 
tem, and ^npUance witt all orders, permits, and 
tttreeiioH of any i^ency d tte City tevii« }aris- 
MctioB onr tta ads ud detaatts aad«- ttis ordu- 

B, ad tte payant tqr tte Gradee d any claims, 
I, ttd taxes dte tte City wUtk arise by reason 

d tte operate «e aaWeteaee d tte system. 
tte eo^ractha perleraaMV bead teU serve as 
•ecwity lixr tte lattthil perfnrmanee Iqr tte Grantee 
d all pmistou d ttis onUnasce pertMting to the 
eoi^'adlaa d~Ve system and shall be ia such 
form aad wtt s^ nrdy as i^iroved tqr te city 
Attoriwy, Tte eoiMfyeltoa performMce bond dall 
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be rectaeed to prb r^ InercmeMs >!= »nsttw:tl(Ni 
r«q<tt«iMnts «« coi^teM. U^ ctmpietMt tf 
CMStrwaon as i^^irett ^ tte fraiKUn!, tke Greo- 
tee shall mautaiii ajaAeniti^ performance bmd is 
tba amwitf ol 190,00 fu- tto dunUoo o{ tte f»B- 
cbise. If the Grantee has s^eim reqnlred pij- 
meals lad sbali have compU«l with all provisfaws 
of this wdinance, tte City Treasurer iball l>e re- 
((oired to {ay amuaUy to the Grantee aU interest 
earaed rrom the Investnimt U ^ cash iefmt 
at a rate of one and ono half percent above the 
averafe quarterly prime rate m or before luly 
1 of »ch year in which ttit francUse is in eifiM- 

B. Within ttirty days alter aottce to It ttiat 
anjf ammut has beta withdrawn from the security 
AiHtt ^posited pursuant to ^r^raiA A of this ^c- 
tic^ tte Grantee shall p«y to or deposit with tte 
Ctty Trmam^T a sum trf ORiaey svOieleM to re* 
store SMcli security fond to tte original amount of 
IIO.WO. 

C. It the Grantee faUs to pay to tte City any 
coDpensation within the time fixed bertia; or bits 
after tea days notice to pay to the City any taxes 
dM and niQiaid; or falls to repay to the City wittin 
S«ch ten days any damages, costs or expenses whldi 
tte City shall be compelled to pay by retaen of 
uy act or default of tte grantee is coDBection witt 
t^ ordtoawx or its franchise or fails afto* ttree 
days BoUce by tte City Manner d such bilure 
to comfdy witt any provision of this ordinance or its 
tranche which tte City Manager reasonably deter- 
mines can be remedied by an ei^tenditure of the 
serartty, tte Treasurer may iomediately withdraw 
tte nrae amount tterectf, witt Mere^ aad any 
penalties, from tte security fund. Upon such witt- 
drawal, tte Treasurer shall notify tte Grantee of 
tte aoHMBt and date ttereof. 

D. Tte cash deposit aad tte coastnictiqB per- 
forraaDce bond and (derating perfoftnance bond post- 
ed porsuant to paragraidi A of this Secticm shall 
become tte property of tte City in tte event that 
tte ft^uKhise is canceled Iqr reason of tte <tef»ilt 
at tte Graatee. Tte cash depcsit shall be retained 
by tte Ctty and returned to tte Graatee at tte ex- 
piration of tte b^chise provided ttere is then no 
ovtstaiKttig delhott on tte part ot tte Grantee. 

E. Tte rights reserved to tte City witt re- 
ject to tte security fund are in additioB to all otter 
rights ot tte City, wbetter reserved by this ordtai- 
uce or aiitb(H-ited by law, and no action, proceed- 
i^ or exercise of a right witt reqiect to such ser. 
cnrity fund dull aSect any otter rigtit tte City 
may teve. 

14. Porectosure 

Upon tte foreclosure or otter judicial sale of 
all or a substantial part of tte systeqn or upon tte 
terminatioa of any lease covering all or a sub- 

- dJfflUaL part ilf -tte systpm, tho ni-^n^^ chyll nnti^ 

tte City Manager of such fact, and such notiiica- 
tion stell te treated as a Mrtificatioo ttet a change 
in, control ot tte Grantee has taken ptoce and tte 
provistons of Sectton 16 of this otdlnaiU^^, fcN^ftrjlBg 
tte coq^ent of the City to s^ chan^ i]i.1lMt>l 
of ^ draiitee HktU apply. Bowe^r, any (dfer or 
agreemrat (rf gale of all or a sd»tantlal parted 
tte system, which is made eqtressly subject to 
City Couw^ approval of tte transfer of tte fran- 
chise, shaU not te deemed a "sale" teieuader, on- 
less and wXa such City Council ana'oval is granted, 
provided tte Grantee or a (Uy coiutitated receiver 
or trustee raaaias in operational control prior 
to sach Ctty Coneil ^qsroval. 

15. Receivership 

Tte City rtaU teve tte rigM to cancel tUs 
francUse one hmdred and twenty days after tte 
appoirtmnt of a receiver <»- trustee to take over 
aad omdoct tte besiaess ot tte Graatee wtetter 
in recelversl^, reorgaaiaattoa, baricruptcy or otter 
acMa or iHvceediag, miens such receiversh^ or 
trusteeship shall have been vacated prim- to tte 
eqiintiOB ol said one Iwndred and twenty days, or 



1. Within one hundred and tweidy days after 
nis electiim «- ^tpointment, such receiver or tpa- 
tee shall teve ^y complied witt all tte provisions 
<a this ordinance and remedied all defaults ttere- 



2. Saeh receiver or trustee within sakl one 
hoadred aad twenty days stall have executed an tfree- 
meai, italy approved by tte court having jurialic- 
tioa in tte premises, whereby Mich receiver or trus- 
tee assumes and agrees to te borad by each and 
every proviston of ttis ordinance and tte fran- 
dtise granted to tte original Grantee. Appointment 
of a receiver or otter traosfer of control pursuant 
to ttis Section shall te governed by and be in com- 
pliance with applicable rules aad regaUtinis of tte 
FCC. To tte extent ttet FCC or other ap|>rovals 
are re<|Bired, Graatee shall assist aad cooperate 
in tte olitaMng of snch apjtrovnl. 

16. Rei^ricttons Against Assignment 

A. No transfer of control or asalgaaent of 
tte franchise, the cable televisicm system, or any 
part ttereof shall te effective without tte prior 
writ^n consent of tte City Comcil, which consent 
steli not te mreasmalily withteld. 

B. Tte cMsent or approval of tte City Cnmcil 
to any ass^gament. leaae, transfer, siiMeaiieormort- 
gi^e of tte frarchise granted to<^ Q^Mee shafi 
not constitute a waiver or relase id tte right ot 
tte City in and to tte streets. 

C. Tte grartee stell ^tmptly mM^r tte City 
Manager of any actual or prtqiosed ctenge in or 
transfer of or acquisitloa by any (^er party, of 
control of the grantee. The word "control" as used 
tereia is not limited to majority st^y^m^^p 

aer J!M0k^^^r<l^nm0! 
tloB ot eoirtnd of tte IraMee steU make tte fran- 
chise siAject to cancellation vless and aatU tte 
City Council shaU teve consented ttereto. For tte 
pogtoie of determtai^ wtetter it stell owsent to 
such ctenge, transter or acquisiticm of ccmtrol, 
tte C^ Co^U way^toqure into tte qualifications 
tf tte mM^«ctiv« ^^MroUi^ i»rty. aMMgnua^ 
^i^ assist tte City CoumO ia any such iixpify' 
If tte City CoucQ (toes not schedule a bearii^ i» 
tte M^ter^te sixt y toy s after arti certtteri tege 
or p-qposrt cte^e aad tte filing of a ^ttim re- 
^m^^ tts cmsent, it slttU te dctimd to teve 
^n^a^ Uk tte event that tte City Cowol aOofU 
a resolirtiM deuytm its eoasi^ and mtek ck^e. 




tran^r or aqgidsittoB Of control has been Reeled, 
Ow'^City ComcU may eam^l tti franchise unless 
«»trol of tte grantee is restored to its statos prior 
to tte etewe or to a status icce^able to tte City 
Council. 

0. The GraMie may nor^v« w Pledge tte 
gratt, system, or «ty ^rt ttereof, for finaneii^ 
purpose, and may engage in tte sale of its stock 
pubUely and in acc^-dance witt an>licabto Uws. 
Any Otortl^e w pMge steU te sibdrdinante to tte 
ri|^ of tte City under this ordlnaoce and aM>licable 
law, and shall te sifltject to tte prior writtea coa- 
seat of CoufiCil, wtese consent stell not te un- 
reasonably withheld. 

1?. Caacellatlon and Explratim 

A. Tte City shall teve tte right to cancel 
tte fraiHsUse if tte grantee falls to comply witt aiqr 
material aad sutetaatial provision of ttis ordinance 
or of tte graid of tte fraacWte or any reasonable 
OTder direction or permit issued by any City de- 
partment or agency pursuant to such material and 
mitetaatial provision or any rule or regulation pro- 
mulgated by tte City which Is reasonable in light 
of, aad CMSistnt witt any provision of this ordinance 
or tte franchise; or if tte grantee persistently fails 
to comply witt any provision of eitter, or any 
reasoaable order, direction or permit issued. Can- 
cellattoB shall te by resolution of tte CUy Council 
(taly adopted to accordance with tte following pro- 
cedures: 

1. The City Maaager ^lall notify tte graatee 
of tte alleged fiilnre or penisteat failore 
of rompUaace aad give tte grantee a reason- 
<Ue opportnaity to ewrect saeh ftulure or 
persistent failure or to present facts aad 
argmmeat ia reftetaticm of tte alleged foilure 
or persistent failure. 

U. If tte City Manager tten concludes ttet ttere 
is a be^ for cancellation of tte framMse 
pursiont to paragnjA A of ttis Sectioa, 
tt steU notify tte grantee ttereof. 
ill. If wittia a reasonable time the grartee 
does not remedy and/or put an ead to tte 
alleged failvre or persistent failure, tte 
City CouacU after a public heariag by tte 
City Coimeil on notice, may caacel tte fran- 
chise if it deterpiaes ttet such action is 
warranted uader paragr^ A ot this Section. 

B. If ftn- tea consecutive days, tte system or 
aiqf part ttereof, is inoperative, or tf tte same is 
inopentive tor ttirty days out of any consecutive 
twelve moDtts, tte City Council may cancel tte 
franchise. 

C. The grantee shall not te declared in de- 
ffcalt or te subject to any sanction under, aay pro- 
vision at this onUaaace or tte fraachite, in aay 
case in which tte performance of any such provision 
is prevented for reasons teyond its c<mtrol. 

D. If idloor part (rf tte stceste within tte City 
jiK^ctoMl^Qr discsMiiHed as jrovUed by ^UMe^^ 

ttea tte franchise and all rights and privileges tere- 
nader witt respect to ssaid streets or any part 
ttereof so etosed or disco^inued, shall cease and 
dMst «ion«keita»i itftteaMpttoiialtteonHnance 
n4i in a lag — H d tHf i '>ii ll aa<nia i »>lmli i i i| i i< t« wmw y 
atell not te entitled to (bmages from tte City 
doe to tte closing or disCTatinuanre (tf such streets, 
or for injury to any part of tte system in tte streets 
or for tte removal or relocitton of tte same. 

E. If tte system is taken or coodemaed por- 
tnuA to taw, tte fraaeUse shall, at tte optiaii 
of tte City Cotaicil, cease and desist on tte date 
of tte vestiag titte pursuant to such taUag or con- 
denanttoa aad «v anrd to tte gn^ee to conaec- 
tioa wHk mtA takiag or coademaatioB stell not in- 
elode any valaatiOB based on the franchise. 

P. ypoD caacellatlon or eqiiratioa of tte fraa- 
eUse, the City shall teve tte right to parctese 
tte syden in acamJaace witt paragr^ G of tUs 
SedlOB, aad tte City Council may dfrect tte gran- 
tee to cease operatioe of tte system. If tte City 
elects to pa«tese tte system, tte graatee shall 
promptly exacate all appropriate documents to trans- 
fer title to Ok City, and tte grantee shall astiga 
all otter contracts, leases, licenses, permits, and 
aay otter rights necessary to maintain c<mtiouity 
of service to tte poUie. Tte graitfee stell coty- 
nmte Witt tte City, or sach agency or person au- 
ttorised or directed by tte City Manager to cpente 
tte syst^ for a temporary period to malstaining 
coattoutty of service. Nothing tereia is tatended 
as a waiver of any otter right tte City may teve. 

G. If tte franchise: 

I. is caocelled by tte City Coaacil by reason 
of tte Grantee's default, tte system stell, 
at tte election of tte City, become tte 
property of tte City at a cost not toex- 

\ eeed 90% of tte- fair market value of tte 
system as a going coacera, toduiUng p^- 
ical assets and tetangibles. Such fair mark- 
et value, if aot agreed iqxn, shall te ^- 
twntaed tqr arbftratton as prwided to Sec- 
tton It of tUs ordfnuce. 

II. terraitetes by eqilratioa (tf its terai, tte 
puretese price to tte City of tte system 
shall te its full fair market value as a 
going concern, including lAysical assets and 
totaagibles. &ich fair market value, if not 
agreed iqxm, shaU te determlMd by arbi- 
trttion as provtoed n Sectim IS of ttis 
or(U«uee. 

Ui. termtnates by the assumption of ownership 
of the system by the City, tte City Council 
steU make every effort to secure tte ale 
of tte system to a person satisfactory to 
tte City. In seddng such a person, tte City 
Coucil stell advertise tor bids aad use 
such otter r«isonable and |»^ctiGatte means 
to secwe a purchaser as may te availr 
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II. Arbitrattoa 

A. Matters vMch are expressly arttftraUe mder 
tte provisions of ttis ordinaace shall te determiaed 
bf an Arbitratioa Panel wUch stell ctmsist of not 
wore ttaa-ttne mnBters to te nmed I9 tte City 
Council and tte grantee. Wtere arWtration is ex- 
pressly aotb(ntEid tqr tUs drdlnance, tte decision 
(tf tteAjSAMMi^^^atl i^fl^texentt^ $»- 
cedMrt to any cinw ri actt(a based on sochex- 
fr^^ aiklfraUe matters. 

6. If tta Ctty C(»mcil aad parite agree on a 
ttrte memter {ami, tte memtersUp shall te oae 



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pers(» lasfted by ittie graatee, one memter named 
by tte City Coimcil, witt tte~ ttird member or pre- 
siding officer to te named by the grantee's re- 
preiMntatlve and tte Council's rqurt^eiOaHve actiag 
jointly. If ttey (ill to agree as to ttepi^idttg 
(rfttoer, tt« presldi^ officer stell te mmt to tte, 
'sane manner as provided in paragraph D. of this 
Section. 

C. If the parties cteose to name a stogte 
meaiber panel, sach menter slaU te flaned I9 
tte grantee and tte Council acting jointly. 

D. If tte parties cannot agree as to tte tUrd 
memter of the ttree memter panel as described 
to paragr^ B ot ttis ftecttoa or as to tte single 
member panel as provided la paragraph C of this 
Section, then after ten days wrtlee on motion of 
eitter party, . tte eoirt teviag jurisdiction (rf tte 
matter in dispute shall appoint tte memter nec- 
essary to compete tte Arbitraticn Panel. 

E. Each party shaU tear tte expenses (tf its 
own representative. Tte expetee (tf tte third re- 
presentative ShaU te tome wvially by tte graatee 
and tte City Councfl. Tte tsgemen ot tte arbi- 
tration shall te tome as deternttoed by tte Ar- 
bitration Panel in its award or fiadiiTrbittto ■><> 
event shall tte City te oblig^ lor more thaaone- 
telf of tte expenses. 

P. The detenBiiviaoia ^lUw siagle memter 
panel or a majority of a tteee memter panel 
stell te bindim; 00 the parties. 

19. Day to Day Regulation 

A. Tte City Manager after affbrdtog tte Gran- 
tee a reas(mable opportunity to te heard stell 
devise, promulgate and administer sach reas(»able 
rules, regulations apd pr(x:edures as may te re- 
quired to implement tte provisions of this ordinance 
and tte francUse ordinaire, or aay subsequent or- 
dinance, ruling, contract, or agreement a(topted 
or entered lirto by tte City Council witt regard to 
tte CATV system. Such rules, regulations, and pro- 
cedures shall te reascmable and confined to matters 
pertalUng to tte day to day mforcement of policies 
adopted by tte Council 

B. In cases irtiere revests for service w ad- 
justments teve been ignored or unfilled for otter 
than just cause, tte City^Manager shall teve^te 
power to require tte Gi^inee to provide service to 
response to all reas9BaUe re<ineste astteCity Maaa- 
gerj 

C. "Tte Grantee may appeal any decision ma<to 
pursuant to tUs section as provided for in Section 
22 of tUs ordinance. 

D. Nothing to tUs section stell te construed 
to act as a waiver of any otter rights or powers 
tte City migU teve agatost tte Grantee for any of 
tte situatioos described ta paragrapte A-D of tUs 
section. 



20 Liquidated Damages 

A. For n(Hi-compliance witt aay of tte fore- 
goiag material provisions of this onttunee, ttere 

shall ^ aifntl^ n IjiyiirtafaA rt«ni»|tt« th» fhl. 

lowing: 

1. for failure to sulxnlt plana indicatlag ex- 
pected dates of installation of various parts 
at tte system as provided for toSectKoa 
1«-A - 1100 per day. 

ii. for failure to commence operations to ac- 
cordance Witt Sectioa C-B - |200 per day, 
or at tte discretion of City Council, for 
each three (3) montte deUy to commence- 
ment of operation tte term of tte francUse 
may te ndaoed bf one (1) year. 

iii. for future to complete c(mstruetion aad ta- 
stallatioa of tte systMO as provided for to 
Section S-C and 6-D - $250 per day, or at 
tte discretioa of City Council, tor each 
three (3) naontte delay to tte comidetion 
of coDstmction and tte installation of tte 
system, tte term (tf tte francUse may te 
^ reduced by one (1) year. 

iv. . Failure to provide data of Sections 0-10 

and 19-$S0 per day. ' 

V. for persistent failure to comply witt reason- 
abte recommendations of tte City Manager 
relating to rates or ser^ces as provided 
for ia Section 19 and smA reasooaUe re- 
quests or recomraeadatiou as may te made 
pursaaut to aotterUy granted by tUs or- 
dtoaace • ISO per day. 

vi. for fUlure to restore tte cash deposit as 
required to Section 13B witUn tte specified 
tUrty days, tte eatlre cash deposit re- 
maining (if any} and tte fall amouat ot tte 
(derating performaiKe bond shall te for- 
feited. 

B. Tte Grantee stell not te liable for any 
failure to meet any and all d tte U>ove require- 
ments due to Federal, State or local actioa, stotnte 
or ordinance, act of God, rt(tf or otter civU dis- 
tarteace. 

C. The Grantee may appeal any penalty lAich 
it considers mireascn^le as provided for m Sectkm 
22 of tUs ordinance. 

21. Hir)]« and Enidoymat Practices 

Ite Grantee stell not reftee to hire or emtioy. 
nor bar or discterge from emptoyment, nor dis- 
criminate agatost any person to compensation or to 
terms, conditions or privileges of employment te 
cause of age, race, creed, cotor, nUional orlgu 
or ^. 

22. kpp^lB 

In tte event tte Graidee (pesti(«s tte-raaoo- 
ableaess of any order, re<|uirement, delusion or otter 
action taken by tte City or shall te of tte (^tfUon 
ttat tte City lacks auOiority to taka such actioa, 
tte Graatee shall te allowed to appeal tte order, 
re(piirement, decision or otter actioa to tte City 
C(wacil. Tte notice of objectt<w and re<pest for aa 
a|q)eal stell te made in writii% to tte City Maffi^er 
wdtUa .two weeks (tf tte objectiooable ontor, re- 
quir«h#t, <teci$ii«««-itfl«ractti».Tta«^cUvM«ts 
of steh order, etc. aiajr be stayed by tte acttca of 
tte Ctty Council qx» ito recei{rf of tte aMce ot 
(AJectioa, pending tte Ccwncil's final deterartteUon 
(tf tte appeal. TUs stay shall not attect aay re- 
troactive appUcati(w of Councils iqAoMiag any sach 
onter, etc. 
23. &B#7 Prov^oaa 

A. Every direction, w^lee or on^ to te ser- 
ved 190H tte grantee stell te s^ to its office ia 
, Jl« m gpf regi^emlfflUl at ertriMli^frt.ftLLltc^ 
tton IIX of tUs ordiMnee. Cvtff asBce scTMd 
opea tte City shaU te delivered or aeal hy ragls- 
^ed mail to the (Miec ot tte City Manger, Haai- 
ci|;al Center, Virgiaia B^ch, Virgiaia 23456. Tte 



The Sun. April 18, 1975 - B-7 

delivery or auilii^ of such notice or order steU 
te deemed to teve tee^ giv^ at the time of delivery. 

B. All provisions of tUs ordinance stell apply 
to tte graritoe, its succes^rs, and assigns, as such 
may te ^^roved by City Council to accordance 
witt this ordinance. 

C. Tte r%hts granted by this ordinance are 
subject to all francUses and permits teretofore or 
tereafter granted bf tte Council or by tte CouncU 
of tte former City of Virginia Beach to use the 
streets of the City by other public utility or public 
service corporations. It is not intended by the grant 
of tUs franchise to abridge tte exercise of the police 
power heretofore or hereafter granted to the City 
by tte Geteral Assembly. The grant of this fran- 
chise is subject to all ordinances and resolutions 
of the Council of tte Citv as the same now exist 
or may te hereafter amended, revised or codified, 
to tte lawful exercise of any otter power granted 
to the City by tte General Assembly. 

D. ^>ecific nmitton of the materiality of any 
ot tte provfstons terein is not intended to te ex- 
clusive of any otters for tte purpose of determinii^ 
viietter any failure (tf compliance hereunder is mat- 
erial and substantial. 

E. If any particular section of tUs ordinance 
or tte particular ai^lication thereof, shall te teld 
invalid, tte remaining provisions and their applica- 
tion shall not be affected thereby. Further, if any 

^ particular section of ttis ordinance or provision 
of .tte francUse award is determtoed by tte FCC 

^^Utfbe improper in any respect, tte francUse gran- 
tee is hereby prohibited from negotiating changes 
ttereto with tte FCC without first obtatoing speci- 
fic, an)roval to so do from City Council. Where 
9ich ai^roval tes not been obtained, tte City Coun- 
cil reqoests deferral by tte FCC of its Certificate 
Award procesis and a return of tte matter to tte 
City Council tor its review and appropriate action. 

F. Tte grantee, upon its acceptance of tUs 
franchise, stell te teund by the provisions of ttis 
ordinance and all responses, statements, and infor- 
mati(m contatoed to its bid. 

G. Ite Grantee should conform to any mini- 
mam standards ad(q)ted by the VirgiUa Pitfilic Tele- 
commuUcations Council pursuant to section IS. 1-23.1 
of the Counties, Cities and Town statutes (Code 
(tf Virgtoia), especially those referenced in Chapter 
m of tte "Master State Plan for Public Telecom- 
mtnfcaHoa" wUch refer to tte jurisdiction of Com- 
mlttee(s) of Educational Interests and/or leased 
"Conun(»wealtt Ctenoel(s) access," except to tte 
extent ttet such standards are pre-empted by rules, 
regulaticms, and policies of tte FCC. 

H. All new FCC rules ttet are applicabte to 
each and all of tte operations of any francUse 
graated under tte terms ol tUs ordinance, stell 
te adopted by City Council and made a part of ttis 
ordinance within one (1) yar of passage by FCC. 

24. l4Uidlord- Tenant RelaU(msUps 
Absent agreements to tte contrary: 

A. If a tw ant wi sh es to obtato service from 

tte Grantee and the landlord of tte premises (ioes 

not desire service, tte tenant nuy, qion ftirnidiing 

.t^rrittea pernusstoa from tte landlord and qion 

,:.paym«nt (tf all costs and assumption ot liability 

..^IfTjIataiie payment of aU costs and service, re- 

c^ve service from the grantee. 

B. If a tenant does not desire service and tte 
landlord wistes to teve an outiet instolled to tte 
premlsn, tte landtord may teve such outlet or out- 
lets tostalled to tte premises upon tte giving of 
notice to tte tenant of tte time and place of the 
actual installation, witt all costs to te torne by 
tte landtord. 



Adopted by tte Council at tte City of Vir- 
giUa Beach on day of ,1975 



March 26, Apr. 2, 9, 16 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tte Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virgima Beach, m the 

14tt day of April, 1975. 

Rette M. Ailstock, 

Platotitf, 

against 

Howard Wayne Ailstock, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of ttis suit is 
to <4tfate a divorce a vto- 
culo mitrimonii tnm the 
said defendant, Upon tte 
gnMmds of Plaintiff and 
D^eadaat teve lived se- 
parate wittout any c(riiabi- 
tation and without interrup- 
tion in excess of 2 years, 
Section 20- 91 -(9) of the 
Code of Virgtoia (1950), 
as amended. 

And an atn(bvit teving been 
made and filed that due 
dilif ence teving been used 
by or on tetelf of Com- 
(dainant to ascertau in 
whi^ county or corpora - 
tton tte Detaidant is, with- 
out eflM, tte last known 
post (tffice address teing: 
407 B West Lane, Virginia 
Beach, Virgtoia it is or- 
dered ttet te (to appear 
tere wtthin ten (10) days 
after dae publication tere- 
of, aad do wtet may te 
necesary to protect Us 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Marc Jacobson, Atty 
812 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
April 16, 23, 30, May 7 4t 



AN ORDINANCE PUR- 
SUANT TO SECTION 15.1- 
482(b) CODE OF VIRGIIilA, 
AS AMENDED, VACATING 
A PART OF THE "PLAT 
OF BAYCLIFF SUBDIVI- 
SION, SECnON 4A" 

BE IT ORDAINED BY 
THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
VIRGINIA: 

1. The 60.' building liae 
on Lot 50, Plat of Baycli'ff 
Subdivision, Section 4A is 
hereby vacated. 

2. The 76' building line 
on Lot 44, Plat of Bay- 
cUff Subdivision, Section 
4A is hereby vacated. 

3. TUs onUnance shall 
te effective 30 days from 
tte date of actoption. 

Adopted by the Council 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach on tte day of 
1975. 

Rictard J. Wrtibon 
City Clerk 

AprU 16, 23. 2t 




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CLASSIFIED INDEX 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Sun Shine Ads • • ■ •" i 

Special Notices .*.»... ... ..J 

Lost and Found t 

Card and Thanks • • • • ■ — 4 

Monuments - Burial Lots .*..............,. 5 

AUTOMOTIVE 

Automobiles for Sale • . . . , 

Trucks-Trailers- Jeeps 

Auto Parts, Repairs 

Motorcycles-Scooters - • • 

Aircraft for Sale, Parts 

Boats, Marine Sun>lies 

Utility Trailers •■ ■ ■ , . . . 



6 

7 

a 

9 
10 
11 
12 



GMPLOVUEN^-- 

Iftlp Wanted • IS 

Positions Wanted ,....■ .•.,... j^ 

FWANCUL 

Business Opportunity 15 

Wanted To Buy Business . - '. jj^ 

Stocks & Bonds • ■ : ':..;. . . . . :'. .V. 17 

Mortgages and Loans . . .,: v 5 . ,^t3i *;. . . .'r'. • . IJ 

INSTRUCTION 

Local Instruction Classes • i- .- 19 

Music-Dance-Dramatics ■ • • 20 

Private Instruction 21 

KTS-LIVESTOCK 

'Dogs, Cats, and OtherPets 22 

Pet Services 23 

Hor.ses-Cattle etc. • - ■ • • 24 

MERCHANDISE 

Articles for Sale 25 

Antiques 26 

House Hold uoods 27 

Garage Rummage 21 

Wanted To Buy J9 

Musical Merchamise 30 

Coins and Stamps 31 

Jewelry li Watches 32 

Good Things To Eat 33 

Firewood ..,. - 34 

Lawn and Garden 35 

Farm Equipment 35 

Machinery-Tools 37 

Building Equipment 

Business Equipment 3g 

TV Radio -a 

MOBILE HOMES • ^ 

Mobile Homes for Sale 40 

Mobile Homes for Rent ' [ 41 

Mobile Home Sites . . . . 4, 

REAL ESTATE FOR REHT 

Rooms-Board 43 

Resorts-Hotels 44 

Apartments for Rent 45 

Houses Furnished . 46 

Houses Unfurnished 47 

Farms and Land for Kent 4( 

Out-Of-Town for Rent 49 

Wanted To Rent SO 

Office-Desk Space forRent 51 

Industrial (or Rent 52 

For Rent or Sale • • ' ' ' 53 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



Business Property for Sale 
Farms-Land-Tirober ■ ■ • 

For Sale Norfolk 

For Sale Va. Beach 

For Sale Chesapeake - - - - 

For Sale Portsmouth 

Resort Property for Sale ■ 
Out -Of- Town for Sale ■ • • • 

Lots for Sale • • • ■ 

Wanted Real Estate 

For Sale 

CAMPING 



55 
56 
57 

sa 

59 

60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



DIRECTORIES 

Dining and Entertainment 
Home Services 



Sunshine Ads 

IF YOU HA VE A MESSAGE TO CONVEY 
SAY IT TOD A Y! 20 words or less,$3.20. 

486-3430 547-4571 

Wi'lileiiiii 

PUT IT IN WORDS! 



Virainia Beach Classified Ads - 436-3430 



NoUres 



ART, MOLDING, AND HY- 
drocal plaster tor art work. 
627-2396 Whitehurst, Bla- 
ssiogham Corp. 
S-2-5 



CANDY THE CLOWN - Now 
kas openings for birthday 
parties, grand openings, 
pnmiotionals, Call Don 
Meeker, 587-3697. 
8-3-12 



MKL 

TAX SERVICE 

YOUR taxes done 
in "YOUR HOME!" 

Specializing in all forms of 
itemized Deductions 

We come to YOUR HOME- 
SAVING your time and gas! 

LOW is $13.50 

Itealud 
Slate A Federal 

Call 461-7776 



S-Lost and Powd 



naSH SETTER - MALE, 
lost in PinlnAik Pt. area, 
Va. Beaca, no collar ,'CaU- 
42a- 9232. or 426 - 3389. 
Child's pel. REWARD! 



B. 



l-AitOBoUle* tor Sale 



1964 CHRYSLER - NEW- 
PORT, Ajitomatir. {oml 
condition. ^00 Call ^82- 
2906 



.mo 



1971 VOKESWAGON - SU- 
per Beetle Good Condition. 
$960 Call 547-3540 after 
6 p.m. 



VOLKSWAGENS 
Large selectiw of used 
Volkswagens, most models 
most colors. 100 per cent 
guaranteed. Bankflnancing 
ere inroved bv phonf 
VICTORY VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Victory Blvd. Ports. 
397-1216 



XJOH'T GAMBLE ON USED 

cars! 12-moiitli, 12,000 
mile warrently gnarantee 
on all late model used 
cars. Like buying a new 
car with a used car price. 
No hidden deductibles. 
Only at DOUGHTY Boick- 
Pontlac - Olds - 0«>el. 
Franklin, Va. 



FURNITURE 




CREDIT 

QUICK DELIVERY 



A little on the Rough Side? 
Never had Credit before? 
Are you new to the ar f? 
Newlyweds'' Come on in 
We can handle yonraccooot 
in most cases. We like to 
help young couples and ser- 
vicemen get started. Wliy 
pay more than the man who 
has cash -- the chief ha» 
just one price for all. 



Zash or Credit 
Quick Delivery 



Se«^ sandy Boltn, 
retired Chief USN 



owner. 



¥inTHA 



FURNITURE SHOWROOMS 

E. Little 
|583-59m 

l«7-2501 4' ' ^ ■ 



6-Aulomobiles for Sale 



11-Relp Wanted 



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2-Special Notices 

ENTERTAINERS' IF YOU 
are in the business, then 
you know the value of hav- 
ing good demo-tapes and 
recordings made. Why go 
to a studio for a good 
recording on tape? You are 
throwing money awayl Pla- 
|a Productions has been 
recording and producting 
qoality demo-tapes for 
over a year in the Tide- 
water Area. We brin our 
equipment to you or yoa 
can- come to us. There ic 
no ^ligation, for real sat- 
is^ction call us. We can 
be very friendly. Call 486- 
0838 



Wf THIiK 



VICTORY 

S>*V^5 YOU fJ-~:!ir 



NEEDED AT ONCE 
2 MEN 



14-PositloDS Wanted 

WILL SET WITH OLDER 
people by day - so you can 
have dav off Phone 421- 
9410 



ON74.VW 
DEMO'S 






I WOMAN 



To nil recentlv created 
positions Tor full in- 
formation ■ , J99-2'63 



VOIKSWAGEH 

it'"' VKlorr Vit. 
3»M7U D«Hf.»« 



HAVE 

NO 
FEAft 

~ 100% Gurantee is 
.ere. Now we take die fear 
out of twyiBg a nsed car. 
Oar gnaraatee dries sweaty 
palms. 12-moaUi, 12,000 
mile warranty guarantee on 
all late model used can. 
Like biqriiig a new car wltk 
a used ear price. No hidden 
dednctibles. Od1« at 
DOUGHTY Balek - Pu.tlac 
- Olds - Opel, Franklin, 
Va. 



$$$$ 

EARN 
EXTRA MONEY 

Selliag Sid>scri|:^ioiis oo 
your own time High Com- 
missi(» MUST be friend- 
ly and dependable andout- 
goiag/' Call for appoiot- 
neBt. 
416- 34M 
Vliftaila Beach Sua 



BABYSITTING IN MY 
home. Two to Four vears 
oM. Portlock area. Mon- 
day through Friday 545- 
4202 

WILL BABYSIT AND 
bouse keep in your home. 
(Churchland Area) Refer- 
ences Call 484-3454 



NEWX»S 

WAITRESS - HOSTESS 

EXPERIENCE 
PREFEIS^B) 

WiU train in new position, 
$610 month guarantee. 
Must be able to start work 
Immediatly. This is not 
restaurant woA. Call 499- 
2763. - i 



WEEK-END 
SITTER SERVICE 

Own tran<:uortatioa 
Men. - Fri Sara. 5p.m 
Reliable . References 
By Appointment Only 

484-4454 



t-MetorcycIcs-Seeotcra 



1969 - 450 HONDA, 3,000 
miles. Very good shape. 
$475. Ph. 482-3148. 



n-Boata, MariM SapHlta 

SANDBLASTING - Boat 

Trailers and MachlMry. 

.Jcee-- Eatimato«r- Wbite — 



B. 



EXPANSKM OF STAFF 
creates opening tor ei- 
perienced adveirisbiK stall 
salesman. Maay benefits 
and an eieeneat oppo r t an - 
itf. Byerly Pi<>lieations, 
547-4574. Ask Ibr Mr. Bly. 



harst, Blassingfaam Corp., 
403 W. 24th St., Norfolk. 
627-2396. 
S-2-26 



AiTBOAT' ■ 

Aluflrinnra 12 toot Hall. 110 
HP Air Craft Engine. 2 
Backet seats - With Trai- 
ler 

487-0862 



- WANTED 



OFFSET PRINTING - IF 
yoa want a newspaper or 
circalar printed the econ- 
omical offset way, check 
^__wJHHByecIlPubli cations. 
Lowe't pri<?Ss in Tide- 
water. Composition ser- 
vices. Call Gene Wen- 
dorf - 547-4571 or Nor- 
ris Bly 6^7-502 for no 



One MaehMle to qierate 
Bear Frame Machine. Ex- 
perience apply only. Ask 
for Tom Viracola 

4»!?-a4M 



H 



U-IMp Wanted 



WANTED - CHILD CARF 
for 7 year old boy in 
Pocahonttf Village. (Be- 
hind Best Co.) Call for in- 
formatton 497 - 24S4 af- 
ter 5:30 p.m. 



EXPANDING OUR Bus- 
iness - Need people wltb 
■anagemeBt aUlity. Higb 
ineome potential and pro- 
lit sharing. For appoint- 
ment call 340-3606. 
S-4-16. 



PLEASANT WAY TO 
EARN - As an Amway dis- 
tributor of nationally known 
products inyoarownneMi- 
borbood if yon wish. We 
train yon. CaU 486-0626. 
S-2-26. 



WE NEED YOUR HELP! 
We need an experienced 
brick layer to help lay 
bricks for our cbnrieh on 
a volunteer basis or tor 
a small salary. If you are 
interested you can call for 
information at 340-7333 
or 486-0131. 



etdlgation qaotation. 



IS-Boslness Opportnaity 



BSAVTY SALON * C06- 
metic Studio - Going bus- 
iness, 6 operator sh<q> in 
Birchwood area. Sell to- 
gether or separately, 340- 
3230 Days, 490-0461 
Nights. 
S-3-26. 



EXCEPTIONAL OPPOR- 
tunity to earn with profit 
sharing, vast promotion, 
txwoses, and early retire- 
mMt. Call Mrs. Golden 
484-7322 



RELIEF MANAGER, E- 
eono Travel Motel, 32 
boors per week, hours ne- 

Cble 324 Western 
ch Blvd. 414-6143. 



CLUBS - 'churches, 
make money for your spe- 
cUl projects Sell snb- 
scriptions to your home- 
town newspaper High 
commissions. Call tor in- 
formation: Mr. Brown 486- 
3430. 



AMBITIOUS COUPLE 

Work together building a 
business of your own. St- 
art part time. Phone (or 
interview. 

397-0716 



EXCEPTIONAL OPPORT- 
unlty to earn profit shar- 
ing, promotions, bonuses, 
early retirement, through 
Amway Opportunity. Apply 
9-12 noon. New Office- 
5752 Churchland Shopfring 
C«iter, Ports. 484-0346. 



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21-Prtvatc Instmeilon 



INSTRUCTION CLASSES 

Nurses Aides - Orderlies - 
Oak HiU Medical Training 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



MASSAGE em 

nZS WEBCLY 
6UARANTS 

No experience necessary, 
will train 18 or over. Bus- 
iness Man's Massage k 
Health Spa. 857-5018. 



ADDREffiERS - MAILERS 
WO possible monthly. For 
information send: 25? plus 
stamped envelope to BUly 
Eldreth, Rt 6-M8, Abing- 
don. Va. 24210 



LOOKING - tor 10 women 
that would like to do part 
time work from their home. 
499-3065 tor antolntiaor* 
only. 



Dtiivar T*l*phoiM 

Books * 
Full or Part Tim* 



Men or women with auto- 
mobiles are needed in 
Chesapeake, Knotts Island, 
Princess Anne, Virginia 
Beach and surrounding 
areas. Delivery starts 
abcwt May 2. Send name, 
address, age, telephone 
number, tn>e of auto, in- 
surance company and 
hoars available on « post 
card to D.D.A. Corp. Box 
999, c/o Byerly Publica- 
tions, P.O. Drawer 1327. 
Chesapeake. Va. 23320. 

"An Equal oppor. Emp- 
loyer. 



ECKANKAR 

(Old - New RcUglen} 

The path of total awamess 
Discussion every Thursday 
nigM. 

484-6170 



21 -Private Instruction 



BABYSITTING - ANY AGE. 
by the hour or liv the week, 
evenings, uy home. Call 
397-4890 after 5 p.m. 



ST. THOMAS' 

NURSERY 
KINDERGARTEN 



St. Thomas' Episcopel 
Church, Mann Dr., at Ce- 
dar Rd. is enrolling child- 
ren for 1975 - 76 Scboul 

The School has classes 
for children 3 to 5 vrs 
of age. For information, 
call Mrs. Martha Wilson 
at 547-4662 or a2-3097 
after 1pm. 



When placing your ad. 



Classified 

DEADLINE 

Monday morning 10:30 a.m. for all 
classified ads. for tfie following 
Wednesday's Publication 



U- AntlqMt 



■ ren- W 

I UVESTOCX I 



LARGE SELECTION - OF 
aittiqoes, specializing in 
brass beds, Victorian oax, 
pine furniture, antique 
dolU. We buy A sell 
APPRAISALS 
Melton Antimes 
4201 Indian River Rd. 
420-8911 420-5117 



22-Degs,CaU, Etc. 



PUG PUPPIES - FAWN, 
A.K.C. Registered, Cham- 
pion blood lines, health gu- 
arenteed Will take Mas- 
ter Charge. Call for in- 
formation 497- 1876 or 490- 
2548. 



^ S^ roiTH's 

J-jn BOUTIQUE 
■/ / 4 •• I'"- experience 

MO ft Up 

MEMRERSOr NATIONAL 
DOC CROOMERS 
ASSC.WITON 

547.tO00 

m WAYNE AVK. 

(NEXT Old Shonitnc Ct.) 



RUMMAQE SALE 



^Mll 11 - 19. Fri. A 
Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
American Legion Hall on 
Anwr. Legion Rd. Church- 
land. Benefit of Tidewater 
Vocational Center Parents 
Anzilary A American Le- 
gion Anxilary. 



W-Musleal MerckawHae 



MUSICAL - LET US SELL 
your instrument for you- 
00 consignment. 623-9564 
Mon. - Sat. IPM - 7 PM 




S5-Artieles for Sale 



SWIMMING POOL WHO- 
lesaler - Must dispose of 
1974 pools in stock, sac- 
rifice price for desperate- 
ly needed warehouse 
sptce, brand new swim- 
ming pools includes, deck, 
fence, filter, and war- 
rmtly. 31 x 16 over all. 
$895. installed. Call ware- 
house collect days or ev- 
ening, ask for Ron, 804- 
499-5859. 

10 COMPRESSERS - AM- 
onia all switches connect- 
ed. 3 Steel Racks. One 
weather tower (new) to cool 
Madilnes. Will seU to- 
gether or seprate. Call 
627-1862. 



BEDROOM SUITE - MA- 
hagony - medium shade - 
bed, dresser, chest on 
chest mirror, night stand 
Perfect condition. $200.00 
phone 488-5520. 



CORSAGES - $1.00 - UP 
and center Pieces ^lecial 
Prices, Quantity Baying, 
Fresh or Permanent. Your 
extra touch florist SOUTH- 
SIDE FLORIST, llUPoia- 
dexter. Call 543-5778. 



STRAWBERRIES 

BeaatUBl evertiearlng 

PLANTS! 

(Great Bridge Area) 
For IntormatloB 

547-3858 



$4-nre««od 



RREWOOO 

OeUvered A SUeked 

ISO a cord . 20" lengths 
Call between 8 - 12:00 

* 588-7514 



GARAGE DOORS | 


Adjusted, 




Rqiaired 




Lubricated | 


487-6705 10 - 


10 p.m. 1 


488-6378 10 - 


4:30 p.m.| 



TOP SOIL - BLACK FER- 
tile from Greenbrier. Sand 
and FtU Dirt. Lot clear- 
ing and grading. Phone 5t7- 
9077 or 587-0234. 



PUNO A ORGAN LESSONS 
Albert N. Williams, Sa- 
cred, Classical, Popular, 
Beginner thru advanced. 
AU ages. YOUR HOME or 
my STUDIO. 588-8642. 
S-4-16. 



TENNIS INSTRUCTION 

Bay Lake Pines 
Over 7 years experience 
B^inner, Intermediate, 
Advanced. Please call 

627-0054 



CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Wedi guarairteed sa- 
lary. No eiperienceneces- 

157-SOlM 

TWO HAIRORE&^CRSNE- 
eded. Eqwrienced pre- 
ferred. 5Sf - paid vaea- 
ttomr titttrftmtfjrao- 
Ppe4M-?t22 



SILBNT MONEYMAKER 

If collecting money from Electronic Video Game 
machines that will be placed on location by our com- 
pany in your area appeals to you -- answer this ad -- 
Our cocktail tentis taUe permits 1-, 2-, or 4-players 
MKl earnings are excelled. Tectaaieal eqierieaee is 
mA required. If you have good references and are 
willing to make a cash investment as slnwn below, 
we will show yov the 'SilMt Meneymaker " 



Minimum: |2,500 
Plant: I7.S00 



Plan 2: 
Plan 3: 



$12,500 
$25,000 



Sand name, address, and phone number to: w iji^ 
IKT, WOO E: CimelBacS Hd , Suite JJOA. Scotlsdale, 
ArteM 1^1; w C8U: E. Coutter, 211 Glen Eeto 
Dr., Itortolk, Va. iSHS; Pbone: M4/Ua-3S37 

■■■■^^■MHHHaHiHBMHMiMl^aia 



SPORTSMAN'S 
PARADISE 

(2 mi, so. of Great Bridge) 
1200 S. Battlefield Blvd. 
Chesapeake 

G.C.Lowery, owner 

Check & Compare! 
JM DANDYRATION 

50 lbs •B.- 

25 lbs H.- 

CHUNX 

50 bs •Q** 

25 lbs ^ •5.»» 

PUPPY LOVE 

25 lbs 



- •5W 

WE ALSO Inve la stock: 
L4igi sele^oc f log 
c<rtUrs (naaia ii(a iaela- 
ded), 

H^PT '>ek Dec Me<HcteM 
Taxaa Flartli^ls 
mte Ui^ls A parU 
(Daxtwk) Hratlac I^U 
Carfeart onralls 

482-1377 



FIELD DIRT - TOP SOIL, 
Sand, Gravel, Rock, rtc. 
Fast delivery. Culbertsoa, 
Call 497-7143. 
S-4-30 



REPAR8I 

AilMMMto. BonM Air 
Coidittfliien, and Lawn 



tEMORABLE! 
««-la74 



Virginia • Carolina 
IW Co., Inc. 

Tha StrlagHt TaNc 

TIraPaopla 



36- Farm Eqnipdieat 



JOHNSON'S TRACTORS - 
9-N Ford Tractors, disc, 
plows, cullivators, bush 
hogs, motley mower, 
spring tooth cullivators, 
drags, A firewood. Call 
545-8370. 
S-4-16 



za-Garace Ramnage 



NORTH EDN- 4300 HOLLY 
Rd., Garage and bake sale, 
benlflt cbildrens Hospital, 
April 19, 9 to 3. rain date. 
April 20tb, 12 to 5. 



10 HORSE TRACTER, 
Plow, Disk, A Calfivator. 
$550 Good Condition. 3441 
Western Branch Blvd., 
Chesapeake. 



YOU CAN SAVE FUEL 
when cooking on jrow range 
by using tight fitting covers 
for your pots. Food cooks 
futer and uses less fuel. 
Save money with a low- 
cost Classified Ad to buy, 
sell or trade. 



37-Madi-Tooto-BMg. Mat. 

PIPE - USED 2" BLACK 
iron galvaniced, large qn- 
aaiUes, S43-5104, 8 A.M. W 
to 4:M P.M., Mon. thru. - 
Sat. 
S-3-H. 



ll-C^M aMi «aa)pa 



RARE coots - formerly 

trade, bojing silver colna, 
42 Smithem Shopfiiag Cen- 
ter, Norfott, asi-uia. 

S-3-12 



33-Goed Tklnp To Eat 



ASTRONOMY. IXl 
ANDISOUTION 
rOWiMBE^ 



WINTII 



CarfaiilaftnNMa,lt 






jH ^ mmei^ 



mm§in tl m ImOM 
Onrtm at ikt iMr. tf 
Tana MaDanH Otaana- 
taiy. TMr |afca, kaapiai 
karn art aciiiil aa karta 
art Mai* la 7S aatraa- 
nara ii a laag kaaaa 

Ml Intl, itvM vlll I 
ItartMftayfamllillll. 



WHY BUY USED 

Headaches? We wlU sell 
you, new Restaurant Emip- 
fflentfor 10 PERCENT 
Above Mst. 

Va. Store Fixtures 

825-8898 



H-U«B and Cardan 



LOT CLEARING, GRAO- 
ing, landscaping. Rlc^, 
BUck Top Soil, FiU Sand, 
FUl IXri. DOZIER EN- 
TERPRISES. 464-1601, 
583-9462 nigMs. 
S-2-20 




40-MobUe Homes for Sale 



MOBILE FOR SALE Wa- 
ter view shores, N. C. - 
1969 - 2 bedroom mobile 
home 12 X 50 on nice 
lot. New well A pump, 
near water for boating, 
swimming, etc. (new car- 
pet, excellant conmtion) 
Priced right. 424-4507 af- 
ter 6:00 - 11:00 p.m. 



41-Mobae H«Bea tor Rent 



1973 TRAILER - 50 Ft., 
2 bedrooms, I 1/2 baths] 
can be kept m lot with 
approval of management 
5 blocks from be^h. Call 
425-1707 alters P.M 



4J3 So aittienna Biva. 
k Grove C 
M1-Uf7 



(at Oak Grove Cbes.) 







LOANS 

F(»AMY 
WORTHWHILE PURPOSE 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

.OCALLY OWNED 
AND OPERATED 

482-3381 


c 


342 BATTLEFIELD BLVD. 






y 



REAL ESTATE 



ItMlSattto 



rn 

SfAlXOR. 



REAL ESTATE 

SELL-RENT 




mERE WHITFIELD tt«-S433 
GESALOGroRGE 04.^4 
ItMIMTE HOWELL m-om 
RAOLUIE come 4H-^ 
BQf VnTFIEU) 4M-543S 
KWME M}WELL «4-0«4 

V 



Artor llMfcws (Near BenMtts Crert) 

Poor bedroom bridi raneli on ooe «cre. Ha* fire- 
place it Uring room and also ta bnUy raooi. OQ 
liot water baseboard keat uid two iadiiridual wdlt 
for watering lawn or (ardes. 




REALTY 



IHO Speedy Afe. 
CSMsapeake, Va. 23320 



F<» QVtCX. R^LTS 

CAU 
424-3720 





ifS-: 



Porltinoulh's UrgMt 
Sotm Organixation 

4805 

Portsmouth 

Blvd. 




IREHE WHrrFIELD484-S433 
GERALD GEniK:E 4M-1CZ4 
rCMMTE HOWELL 484-04M 
AULINE GODiG 4M-594i 
BEN WHITFIELD 4M-S433 
HfDMinE HOWELL 4M-MM 



Taylor Irot. 
••olty 

|104 Tyr* N*« B4 

artftayWoodf 
ForM>Hii 

CmkrGrvf 

484-4542 





tf-i^rli^Mi tor RnI 

FURKmiED APART- 

meatt - 1 and 2 bedroom 
apts Chwe to ocean, 30S- 
2»th St ott Pacific Ave. 
Low rates. Weekly and 
BontMy, Yearly rental av- 
ailabte. Call tor informa- 
tioo 4S3-OSSa. 
S-l- 30/ 

2*3 BEDROOM APIS - 
George Wasluogton Hwy. It 
GUnertoD Rd. Close to 
sebool li all Baaes. Pbone 
487-9220 



41-lo«fM MhnltfMd 



GBEEW RUR - TOWW- 
iMaae, 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 
bMu, wall to wall carpet 
large fenced yard, $245. 
a moeth, Call 4I6-4IU. 
S-4-30. 



SI-Fm' RMt or Sate 



VIHGIMIA BEACH - EDGE- 
water, Oceairfrout, 36tli St 
Large unit for lease or 
sale, by owner, imnediate 
occaiwncy, ^y<,497-}S41; 
aigMs, 499-2733 
S-4-30 



SI-rorfaitV«. Mia 

WOOIK OF AVALWi - 4 
b«irooms. Z aiory with all 
the eitfras. $63,000 firm, 
negrtiable. fewed vardand 
aoyaia mss iW-ZZU). 
S-4-2J_ 

WOLFSNABE planta- 
tion - Acre wooded water- 
front. Large 3 bedroom trl- 
level, 2 1/2 baths, den. 
fireplace, porch, patio, 
fenced, central air. 4JI- 
6986 No agents 
S-4-23. 



II -Resort Property for Sale 



FOR SALE - AVAL- 
OB Beach, Km DevU Norft 
Cardiu. Cotjage on flie 
oceaa. For loar enjoy- 
mMt or for tavestment. 
Call481-7S23 



HOLIDAY ISLAND, N.C - 
Camping lot in old section. 
Boai access to Sound. Wa^ 
fer, electricity, bath- 
rooms, swimming pool, 
tennis court, club. 427- 
1726. 
S-4-23. 



CAPE STORY AREA.VIR- 
iaia Beach. Six houses 
from the bay and a t>eau- 
tiftU beach. Cute, cozy, 
and cnstom Imilt 481-0496 



GARAGE APARTMENT - 
For rent. Gentleman pre- 
ferred. Ready May 1st. 
547-3687. 




rUTOBHED APART- 
raents - 1 and 2 bedroom 
apts. Close to ocean, 306 
2»th St. off Pacific Ave. 
Utilities included Low 
rates, weekly and month- 
ly Apply Apt 12, or call 
423-0888. 
S-4-9 



SfMl iWt KW WMT- 
■ms WflLiJuiinr iciily 
lurol carpeliiii / Pnwte 
baicsiqi or tania / PintM 
dnimi mt I f laHHu Imit 
Int bir / an onMawmi / 
GarlM|i tasfK* i Disk 
•Hktr / IWn TV MiMiM 
/ ^wmlmA fotf ctntw / 
Sammmi |n»I / fcak 
Mini tatma to 
turn I 




SS-Bostaiess Property for Sale 



COLEMAN w PLACE - 
Brick Dnplei, excellent 
conditk», low equity and 
assume. Potential com- 
merteal. Call 155-8916. . 
S-4-30 



57-For Sal* NorfoU 



LENOX - COZY 2 BED- 
room, stucco home. Fire- 
place in living room. For- 
mal dining room. Garage, 
feoced yard. Call 587-51 13, 
No agents. 
i-4-Z3. 



WOODS OF AVALON - 2 
story. 4 bedrooms. 2 car 
garage, fenced cormr 
' wooded lot. Many extras. 
By owner, 424-2472. 
S-4-23 



S9-For Sale CbasapMka 



CHESAPEAKE-WGSTESM 

Branch. 3 bedroom brick 
ranch. 2 bathrooms, 2 car 
garage. Central air-condi- 
tioning. 345,000. 484-185P. 



LAKE GASTON, VA. - I 
acre wooded waterfront, Z 
hrs. drive, undergroi^ 
teleiriione. electric. private 
paved road, boat ramp, will 
divide, 499-6219 
S-4-23 



. CAMPSITE FOR SALE - 
Holiday Island, HuntiJig, 
fishing, 2 swimming pools, 
clubhouse, playground. 
$700. down and assume 
monthly paymentsof$35.50 
Call 420-4751. 
S-4-23, 



(2-0«t^Of-Towa for Sale 



tfyrarjob 

is boring, 

t^ one of <Nii^. 

Try rappeHing out of a helicopter. 

Try gettir»g up at 5 in tlie morniiig. 

Try 50 puilvup$. 

Try repairing a $2 mMlion piece ot equipment 
blindfolded. 

Try funning 2 miles in 12 iranutes. Info the wod. 

Try feeding 200 hungry siMdiers in the middle of 
a desert. . < 

Try finding your way through a VMldef ness. 

Try the Cdorado head-on in a raft. 

Try learning a fereign language. 

Try tracing the footsteps of Lewis and a»rl<. 

Try running your own company at 19. 

Try sleeping under the stars. 

Try it now. Because, someday you'll be glad 
you did. 

CaH 
Army OppiMlunities 

547-7000 

Join the peofile who've joined the Army. 



WAYSIDE MANOR 

3 bedroom with wall to 
wall carpet, central aJr, 
(iBRedlate possession). 

JIM DOtLE k COMPAMT 

480-7655 



WELLINGTON VILLAGE - 
4 bedrooms, 2 1/Z baths, 
equity and assinne, or nev 
kM>; 485-2217. 
S-4-30. 



iO-Por Sale Portsaovlh 



CRADDOCK GARDENS - 
2 bdrm. bone, eertral air, 
beat. Raceotly p)cl|ited. Al- 
umimim^lllg oii windows. 
4M-354 



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FLORIDA - SANTA ROSA 
County OD Gulf Coast, near 
the City of Pensacola. Eq- 
uity and take over pay- 
ments, $53. monthly or pay 
on toUl $4,800: 484-9347. 
S-4-23 



Csapiag 



CAMPERS - FULLY SELF 
contained already set up 
over looking Currituck 
SodDd. ^Air CoBdititned, 
Swimmiog, fishing, boat 
dock. For inloroiation call 
(919 - 453 - 2732) or 
Hampton Lodge. 
S-4-30. 



NEW and BEAUTIFUL Prestige Community InChesa 
peake offering HOME SITES For Building and CUS- 
TOM HOMES For Sale 



Oriy 4 Miles From Dowi^>wb Norfolk Minutes to 
Great Bridge Convenient to Int. 64 . 

Visit This New Elegant Development, See the Fine 
Houses Now Under Construction By Inlividual Custom 
BoUders or The Lovely Sites lor the Home Your 
Are Planning. 

City Water and Sewer SOME WOODED NEW ENTRAN- 
CE Georgetown Blvd. At Military Highway For In- 
IbrqiaUon Call 



464-9317 



Maact #•( fgww hut 

nunnt: 48I-I444 
araiMILtMMililfa 

I of court* 




HOMESERVICES 



PROFESaCWAL CARPr" 
iastallatioas - at tbetow- 
est rate, Jimmy Stepliens, 
SSS-4^. 
S-l-2f . 



SOME NEED REPAIRS? 
Ci^ C * C for Paiattag, 
Rqmin, aid Wall paper- 
ia$. For Itm aMamte call 
W7-a02ar4M-71M. 



SAmmG A REFonsmNG 

ttr«MOd Floors 20 Trs. 
•Wrtnct, IrcewtimatM , 
4»-MN«B«r«p.m. 



ADIXnONS, REMODUNG. 
CARPENTRY, MasoBry. 
CoBcnrte, Patios, Porches. 
■Stonn Wiadows, PlMntrfw, 
Pla^rte, taUUH, Wall 
to Wta Caiyeliag, Aqr fl- 
oor ce«criag. Electrical. 
Air CsadttkBtag * HmI- 
im CaU C3-3W4 

ROm ADiXTKMS 
SPEaAL! - 20% ofl ttni 
Jammry, also wiltfaaild sh- 
ell, you Bttiaft taside, re- 
pairs of sH kMs, Taylor 
CimatnKtiaa, 547-2915. 



WALL TO WAU. CAI^ 
■O0M8BSM.aB 

COrrOM Mir ALLATHB 



CtWCRETE mOUt - 1S< 
per sq. B., moat ioi», all 
types M7-22M. 
S-l-29. 



PAnTDIG - OrTEBlOB 
nd ISiterlor, taaUor 
htrn Ubt. fSK Wf%- 
HAnS. i. C, tlooii A 

Sim. ^B-WK 



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■OMI0K.»«AI.JR.,MJ). 

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JOSm N. raVIETT. JR., M.D. 

KMIMMMCIKiOr 

NRMOlOGICMSURGav 

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QREEN ACRES 

Save Ddars 



On beat k transportation 
n^r Downtown. This 3 
Bedroom Brick Ranch has 
gas heat, big lot, Trees 
For deUils - Call Mary 
Domi. 420-3120 or 420 
14M HIGGINS REALTY, 



TEALTOftS 



FAIR HAVEN $55 per we^ 
Harrisooburg, Va. Is the 
bearilAil Bine tMgt Uoau- 
talns. Boys A Girls, 7- 
14 years. Jue 21 - Aug- 
ust 23. Campers accepted 
1 to 9 weeks. Riding, swim- 
ming, qwrts, crafts, hik- 
iag, nature study. Good 
food, accommodatioDs, ui- 
derstamUag coouclors. 
Write Box 829 (N) Har- 
risoMburg, VirgiiiU 2mi 

REP. 536-8805 



WALUPA»Q»G • EX- 
PM-t cwBiaiMililp, vmr- 
antecd «MUty, fr«e aall- 
matts aad maontte rat- 
es. 4M-n3Z. or B3-$«l 
R. BImHi 




WELLDRILLMQ 
NoWatw 
NoCtwrg* 

421-3200 



CAtKTTOWN' 



TENHDIUTfSBALLIT 
takM U> pnk^ yawovM. 
Yoo vast* ftwl ifyoa alio* 
to [II fir lit tn^r 
M^Mary. Avoid 
OV0II door Ked- 
lassly. DM*t tbrow U 
ort . . . seU tt wlfli a 
Classified Ad. nM«eS47- 
4571. 



io a 
[orMdMlIyraom 

hCmmtc nb. Brick, t 
I^HwkMric 

I We aiweiaUie to 

{ R^. U.ACK 



AinmtE 



Co. 



m-nn 

EVTOWiS 




BLACK 
BROTHERS 

BoUders 

Botae baprovemegts 
Coelnctors 
Garage Ballders 
Room AddttlODS 
Atantawiadii« 
Roi^ - Carperts 
KttdM ReiM)delliig 

CAU. ANYTIME 
545-7318 

Hi«h E. Black, Sr. 
1800 Park Aveaoe 
ChesiVeake, Va. 



WILUAli W BLAIR, MO. WILLIAM R. LAMB, M.D 

PnetieiBgas 

EASTERN VIRGINIA MB0ICAL-PSYCHUTRIC 
ASSOCIA-^IS. LTD. 
are pleased to auMmace the assoelatiao at 



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MEDICAL TOWER 

NorfoUt, Virgiiiia 
827-^31 



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5»B0USH STREET 

Norfolk, Virgiiiia 
627-2122 



2 FINE WATERFRONT 
HOUSES 



For sale or lease at CAMDEN POINT 
SHORES with dock facilities tor fishing 

tpvoiiffiy III #%Mmiiiwi iv^- «wviV4"> 

(1) Ro8Miette MO sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms, 
bathroom, large Hving-diiiliig room, 
large dedi. $174M fwmlsiMd for 
buyer to move onto his lot, financing 
available. Rental fwmisbed $150 a 
month. 

i(2) Brand new with 3 bedrooms, 2 full 
batfa, large living room, wall to wall 
carpeting, deck and private dock. 
Sale $35,000 with favorable financing. 
Rental noo month. 
These pn^wrties are k>cated 20 miles 
fst of ENiabeth City and a one hour 

i<faive from Areat Bridge, Portsmotf|h or 

Virgiirta Beach. 
Inquire Mr. and Mrs. Co<ikrill at 

Cai^en Point Shores (f19} 33A-43M or 
Keep at Albemarle Realty in 

Virginia Beach, 3113 Pacific Ave., Tel. 

(M4) 42S-M41. 



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B-10 - Tbe Sm, April 16, 1975 




CAMPERS LOSE BA TTLE 



Reida Butler of the National Cam- 
pers and Hikers Association said 
the organization's 300 member 
fwnilies in Virginia Beach would 
take a dim view of councilmen 
who voted to restrict parking of 
recreational vehicles. 



RV parking ban approved 



By NEAL SIMS 
Sub Editor 

Owners of boats, campers and other re- 
creational vehicles (RVs) in Virginia Beach 
must park their RVs either inside or be- 
hind their houses after May 14 as a result 
of \ parklhg ban imposed by City Council 
Monday. 

Council voted 6-5 not to relax a city 
ordinance which restricts the parking of 
RVs on public streets or in front of bouses, 
instead making the restrictions a part of the 
city's Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance. 

Twelve spokesmen for RV owners and their 
opponents once again restated their cases 
to councilmen Monday. RV owners asked the 
city to either abolish the restrictions or 
relu the law to allow for exemptions if 
sideyard setbacks were less than 10 feet. 

Opponents representing some civic leagues 
said that the campers parked in driveways 



were "eyesores, unsightly and degrading to 
theappearance of mir neighborhoods." 

RV owners have sought relief from tbe 
ordinance since early February, and the ar- 
guments swelled recently as representatives 
from both sides have gathered regularly at 
City Hall to make their points before coun- 
cilmen. 

A compromise offering an exemption to re- 
sidences with sideyard setbacks of less than 
10 feet appeared ready for approval last 
week but Council learned that sach an ex- 
emption would apply to several residential 
subdivisions in the city. 

City Manager George Hanbury reported 
Monday that the exemption, in fact, would 
apply to approximately 23,000 single family 
dwellings in Virginia Beach, about SO per 
cent of such residences. With Pungo Coun- 
cilman Floyd Waterfield absent from the 
April 7 session. Council's votes on the or- 



dinance both includii^ and without the ex- 
eiH{rtioo ended in 5-5 splits. 

Monday, however, Lynnhaven Ceuncilman 
John Griffin - swttched his vote from last 
week and voted against the exemption, cit- 
ing the numerous residences which would 
be exempted. Joining Griffin in the majority 
were John Baum, Dr. J. Henry McCoy, 
Charles Gardner, Vice-mayor George Fer- 
rell and Robert Gallis. 

Votii^ against tbe restrictive ordinance 
were Waterfield, Patrick Standing, Mayor J. 
Curtis Payne, Dr. Clarence Holland and Rob- 
ert Cromwell. * 

Standing also cited the 23,000 residences 
with sideyard settacks of less than 10 
feet, saying that Council has made it im- 
possible for these people to own RVs and 
park them at home. Listing . dogs, cats, 
guns and now RVs, Standing said he was 
worried that the city was imposing too many 
restrictions on its citizens. 




Voting for the parking restrict 
tions, Vice-mayor George Fer- 
ret I told those who threatened his 
political career to 'send me my 
condolances now.' 



Smudges, 
slang out^ 
for young 
authors 



"If your poem is Smudged with peanut butter and 
foo^rints, chances are the reader won't give it 
a s cond glance," began Mary Schaller at Holland 
! le .entai\ School's Creative Writing Workshop. 

~ ;ee junior authors', grades 3=Tzi\ winners- 
m the ^>.bool-wid^ writing contest, jammed the 
room eager to know more. 

|he topic was "How to be Published". "Oh, I 
wish 1 knew the secret," she said. "All I can tell 
you are the mechanics th»t will help your manu- 
script receive favorable attMticn. " 

Mrs. Schaller, PTA library volunteer, who as a 
teenager had several articles published in "Teen" 
magazine, was guest speaker. Displaying a neatly 
typed story, she explained the format: double-spac- 
ing; title page; placement of name and address; 
and paging. All of which add a professional air 
to the student's writii^. 

i'm sorry if I sound like your English teacher," 
she began as she introduced a writer's tools - 
the dictionary and the thesaurus. She recalled how 
her spelling was so poor that her first story for 
"Teen" earned only $15 with the help of the dictionary, 
her spelling improved enough to reap her $25 for 
her next story. "The Thesaurus," she explained, 
"will help you find other ways of saying "great 
and "groovy". 

Mrs. Schaller suggested avoiding slang in favor 
of good English, unless the slang was an intrinsic 
part of the characterization. 

T^mphT^'ing the importance of good punctuation, 

t recalled liow she aiKl another judge for the crea- 
I .e writing contest had to decipher a story, be- 
-ause incorrect quotation marks changed the mean- 
ing of the sentence. 

Di-splaying "Cricket", "Highlights" and "Jack and 
Jill" magazines from the school library, she en- 
couraged the students to read them closely to find 
what kind of writing they will accept. 

n n't be discouraged if you get rejection slips 
rom the magazines. Remember "Auntie Mame" 
rejected 19 times before final publication." 
.-arn to write and rewrite." A poll found that 
most cf the junior authors had rewritten their en- 
trie:- tv>u to four times. 

Another suggestion she offered was "write and then 
let it jell for a week or more. You can be more 
;itita! > objective that way." But meanwhile, she 
:ged, "keep writing, even if it's only a diary. 
The daily practice in expressing yourself helps 
your writing grow. Besides someday you might use 
your personal observations." 

The. workshop concluded with students questions: 
Do pot»ms always have to rhyme? "No", she said 
and explained other qualities of poetry besides 
rhyme. 

What is the best thing to start oo?", asked one 

lent. 

Whatever you like beest," she responded. 

Aiother student asked, "Wlkat is the hardest thing 
aboil! writing?" > 

"Getting started," she signed, and a roomful of 
» i-rs-to-be signed with her. All writers have that 



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Neptune judges 
to select court 



Twenty Virginia Beach 
high school girls - named 
as semifinalists for King 
Neptune's court - will meet 
for the first time today 
with the judges who will 
later select the princes- 
ses to reign with King 
Neptune II over the sec- 
ond annual Virginia Beach 
Neptune Festival this fall. 

The semifinalists will be 
interviewed by the judges 
today at the Chamber of 
Commerce building in 
Pembroke Mall. Final sel- 
ection of the princesses 
will be made at the Nep- 
tune Festival Fashion Show 
- May JSat-the Mariner Inn — 

Three girls were chosen 
from each of the city's 
six public high schools, 
and Tidewater Christian 



School and Cape Henry 
School each nominated one 
girl. The semifianlists 
are: 

Kellam High School - 
Tina Marie Friend, Kar- 
en Lynn Johnson and Sha- 
ron Ann Cohen. 

Kempsville HighSchool- 
Terrie Lynn Upshur, Jan- 
ice Marie Willson and Cy- 
nthia Leigh Stone. 

First Colonial High 
School - Ellen Travis Po- 
well, Sherry Lee Sellers 
and Virginia SuSanSanei- 
lio. 

Bayside High School - 
-Melinda _ Jlean.. MrAnulty^ 
Leigh Ann Nagle and Di- 
ana Rebecca Gilbert. 

Princess Anne High 
School - Karen Junita Gil- 



lespie, Kim Henee ^'urt)ee 
and Anneliesje Dekker. 

Cox High School - Vic- 
toria Lynn Strickland, Ly- 
nn Marie Zimmerly and 
Cheryl Utterback. 

Tidewater Christian 

"School named Joe Lorraine 

Stone, and Claire Doumar 

Bemy was selected from 

Cape Henry School. 

The judges are Mildred 
Alexander, former televi- 
sion personality; Vic- 
ky Randall, owner of a 
modeling studio; James 
Sadler, King Neptune I; 

J[am£sJEMchei:,.pxeslde.!it. 

of the Chamer of Com- 
merce; and Donald Rhodes, 
member of the Virginia 
House of Del^ates. 



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Garden Week tour 
readies red carpet 



Resort area showplaces 
will roll out the red carpet 
for visitors Tuesday during 
the Virginia Beach Garden 
Club's Historic Garden 
Week Tour. 

Residents who want to 
take a peek inside the half 
dozen homes listed on tbe 
tour can purchase tickets 
in advance from the United 
Virginia Bank, Pacific Av- 
enue and 34th Street, or at 
the door of any of the six 
homes on the day of the 
tour. Tickets are $5. 

The tour is scheduled 
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 
and Galilee Episcopal 
Church, Pacific Avenue and 
30th Street, will serve 
lunch from 12 noon to i 
p.m. to wanderers who get 
hungry along the way. 

In addition to lunch, the 
church will display a need- 
lepoint collection which in- 
cludes intricate wedding 
{deces. 



The Virginia Beach Gar- 
den Club will arrange a 
guided tour for groups of 
15 or more. For informa- 
tion, call 428-5036 or 428- 
5114. 

Homes included in the 
tour are: 

• Cove Point, the con- 
dominium summer home 
of Del. J. Warren White of 
Norfolk and his wife, at 
1^ A, 700 Oriole Drive; 

• 1125 Lee Road, the 
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 
liam G. Bruce which fea- 
tures antiques and artifacts 
the couple has collected 
during their world travels 
and a large kitchen which 



moNB chclatKNi 
easier to take 

Your secretary does a lot for you all year. Why 
not do a little somelhini; for her during National 
Secretaries Week. April 20-26. Frai;rant flowers or 
plants will brighten her day arid make her job seem 
much easier. Just stop by or call and we'll deliver. 

ALLIED FLORISTS 





the Bruces use to whip up 
gourmet meals; 

• 1101 S. Bay Shore Dr., 
the home of Mr. aiKl Mrs. 
George G. Phillips over- 
looking Linkhom Bay; 

• 1112 Bruton Lane, a 
Cape Cod cottage in a wood- 
ed setting owned by Mr. and 
Mrs. James Kabler; 

• 5408 Ocean Front, the 
summer apartment duplex 
of Mr. and Mrs. George 
W. Macon of Richmond ov- 
erlooking the Atlantic, and 

• Capitol Hill, 424 Gos- 
nold Court, the home of 
Rep. and Mrs. G. William 
Whitehurst, which is open 
to the tour for the first 
time. 






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HRSD mounts drive for Atlantic plant 



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SutttttoD ptaawn an alrM^mkttf praptratlan 
tor a Qood of aevagc ttat ta eipecicd to rarge past 
Ite ovacttjr ^ tke LttOe Cre* Ctenpeake-EUaa- 
IwOi IBfw ^aat bjt im. 

One ^ flw flrat atepa, a priflic ktariai on ttw pro- 
poMd m aUUoB AtlaiMe Treaiaaat Plaat (ATP) 
at Dam Reek, is tMti TiMday at 7 p.m. la tbe 
TIrcWa Beadi CH; ConeU Ckuatars. 

If ti! fMB vril tn- tbe liamtikm fteada Saalta- 
tim Blrtrttt(Blia)), itswcoiidTk^Bead|«a«te- 




Simmmr SMirdf s 

Si«iwn«r b»d Mm. and Virjjinia BMdi 
rvsidwits find it tiard to rMiiflMiiurv 
of ft* AtlaiMc iml m inviting ham- 
flfiocK of Mnd on o Synoty jn^noon. 



Plant are underway to build an )82 million sewage treatment 
facility at Dam Neck with fte capacity to handle 35 million gal- 
lons of raw sewa^ each (b^. Unless construction begins within 
the next two years, sanitation planners say new growth in Vir- 
ginia Bea<^ could come to a grindiiy twit. 



water treatment ttcilltjr will be completed bjr IVIt - 
OM jtear after noltatioB planers saj tbe eHMai 
Lfitle Credt {riaot will nt<A capacity. 

AltiiODSii HRSD officials are aot predictlac ttmt 
Beach residents will find Uiemsehres sitting in po(4s 



of raw sewage, they warn that without the treatment 
plant, derelopers would not be able to hook new 
sMtvlsions into the sanitation district's sewer lines, 
a tftution which would stifle new construction and 



Without ATP, ttiey add, older residential areas 
BOW reljrine on septic talks would coitinue to do 
Jvst that - at the expense of the LjmnhsTen Bay 
oyster beds and other watersheds, which wa«ld con- 
tiine to be polltrted by septic tank leeching «id over- 
flow of raw sewage at pomping stations vUch be- 
come flooded with raimrater during a storm. 

R will mean that smaller sewage treatment plants 
ti Oeaana and Dam Neck will continue to pump 
effluent into tributaries of the Lynnhaven Bay and 
Mo Lake Tecumseh. 

(See ATLAimc PLANT, page A-2) 



Septic failures cause fiyster ban 



By REAL 
iw Eater 

ContaminatiQa (rf the LymdiaTen ^sln iRiichprbaip- 
M a ban on oystn* aad clam harrwting from Lyan- 
hsTea wrte rways is lygely a result of failing septic 
tuks tettearM, ny Vt^iafiTBiiiiiiraSli^Sr 



: ofSeiala. 
Once ttose bovtcm of pollution are en 
officials beUere tte tamoos LynhaTra oysters win 

M neh « tbe Lyinhavw bala area w6aU be sored 
by ttie proposed Atlaatic Sewage Treatment Plant, 
but nntU it U in operation and additional etty 
ieyrer lines are installed. sq)tk tanks remain tte 
only answer (or neartf mliAmtt. The earliest tte 
plant could be operational is 1979. 

The city's current five-year Capital Improvements 



Fire unit opens 
in Kempsville 



Program recommends the installation of i 

an additional 3,500 homes in the Lynnhav^^ 

whtch, if appr ov ed , woold mean that apprmipalely 

70 per eoA of the dwelllag units there would be 
OB city sewer lines by 1980. Currently half of ttw 

— ir,DOO twgsm oBtt wt «^t! tafiki:^ 

MnawUle, Virginia Beach City l^iugat Qeorge 
Bkrimry, la a rvorttoConncil Monday, recoaunended 
a prddUtfan a^inst septic tank iastallation in den- 

Raafeny's proposal was one of five recommsnJa- 
tioas which he said would allow once afh^ A|r tie 
harvesting of Lynnhaven oysters. Be also Wff$ 
Cooaeil to w^of^ a resoMion asking tte State Vilft 
Control BOBRI for a higfen- priority on tte AUaMc 
SewBge Treatment Pla^. Iliis wovld be Comiea's 
Mcond such formal request. 



In, addition, Hanbory recommeated that the city 
provide sewers to all homes in tte Lynotiaven Basin 
area, obtain permission from tte U.S. Department 
of tte Interior to dredge tte Lynnteven and request 
paaaage of laws by tte Virginia Graeral AsM«My 

. Vj» — A--^j» Aj» mlrti^^ h^wa Miit »\a\ Wj^l^j nm W^ m%iw% 

or treat sewage tefore discterging it int9 tte water. 

Tte Stite Bureau of StelUish Sanitatioo imposed 
a baa on oyster and clam harvesting from tte Lynn- 
teven te M arai after tte «a«»ery of a 1^ fecal 
eolUnnm connt which is an ImtteattDB of tfaste eon- 
taffllnattoB. 

Dr. William Crawford, director of tte Beach Health 
Department, saU (ailing s^tic tanks account (or 
between 50 and 70 per cent of tte Lynnteven's 
contamination. 

(See FAILURES, p«Ee k-l) 



Tte fhst-growiag resi- 
dential areas of Kemps- 
viUe teve a spuming new 
1310,000 (ire station which 
will serve nearly 30 stb- 
divtsions in iteProvideBM 
Road area. 

Tte Virginia Beach Fire 
Departmeii dedicated tte 
new station this week, and 
is now recruiting a volms- 
teer force to staf( tiie fa- 
cility at 5656 Provideoce 
Road. 

Unta it has a volnn- 
teer fwce of its own, tte 
fatten wlU te manned by 
vtdoBteen tnm tte 
Keomsville Fire Staticn. 
In addiUoo, ttireepaU fire- 
men wiU te on My at tte 
station. 

Ite ProvMence Road 
station will cover areas 
off Providence aad ImUan 
River Itoada ta addition to 
sectkNm <rf Kaao^wvUle 
Road sonth of CenterviUe 
llunpike. 

Hqiorts of fires la tte 
area shonld te made to 



tte Beach's central dis- 
pateher at 486-4444. 

Bnsiaeaa eaUs totteaew 
sUtton, iacladtng iadivi- 
dnals wto wonld lite awe 
information on tte ralmi- 
toer pogram, can temade 
by «alii« 424-55X3. 

Design of tte Providence 
Road statiOB is similar to 
ttet of OceaHi tuUity 
wUeh tte fire department 
opened in September. Fire 
trncte win be aUa todHve 
throngh tte station rriter 
than Daddiw hrto tte fh- 
ciUty fttm tte atiBsl. 

Tte aiatiia is aqpi^ped 
Witt two pumpers, a sal- ' 
vH>e truck, aa anApotaaee 
and a bnsh tntSk, aad tte 
fire department idans to 
pnrehase a ladder track 
this simimer. 

Fire oCBdala estimate 
ttet aaotter 8) volmitoen 
win te^aeeded tortafftte 
Providence Road station ia 
additioB to SO volndaen 
already winkiaK tnm tte 
KempsvlUe faeiUty. 



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After 243 years, what's one more we^? , 
Such is tte sitaation for Roae Hall, tte Idstoric 
Virginia Beach bnihUng constmcted in 1732. Tte 
qnestlon of Rose BaU'a future was left dangling for 
aaotter vwek when City Council just ran out of time 
Monday tefore hearing a rn»rt from City Manager 
jCnufe Hanlrary on his negotiations for tte purchase 
tte IwUdii^; and its 35-acre site on Virginia Beach 



Rose Ha^ 

waits one 
more week 




Biutmrf met last week witt representatives of In- 
dostrial Securities Co., owners ol Roae bU, aad was 
scheduled to report to Council Monday re^rdlng tte 
city's possilrie purchase of tte pn^rty. However, 
otter items on the Council's informal meeting agenda 
ran longer than expected, aUowing no time for dis- ' 
cnssion of Rose HaU during an ezecotive session. 

in an effort to insure ttat Rose HaU is not de- 
stroyed, tte city is considertng eitter an ontrigfat 
purchase or placing tte property under an historical 
soning classification wliich would require ownen to 
obtain prior approval before mddag changes or im- 
provements on tte pn^erty. 

Haidmry declined to comment on negotiations for the 
pvctaae uatU te reports to cooncilmen. 

bdnstrial Secnrtty Co. aetpiired Rose HaU through a 
loan forediMrare and is rqnrtedly asking around 
|1SO,0OO as a sale price. 

Council teld two executive sessions Mrniday, closed 
to tte priilic and tte press. A morning meeting on tte 
bnd|et lasted approxiBately one hoar. Prior to its 
afternoon ppAUc meeting, Council met in closed 
session for 14 mimtes to discuss a l^al matter. 



NASA may tackle lake survey 



Virginia Bach may caU on tte National Aeronan- 
tics ^M Administration to telpwitta<towB-to-eartt 
problen; lake poUntion. 

Prelimiury discussions are mderway between tte 
city and tte space administratian (NASA). Vfrftaia 
Polytechnic Institute (VPI) aad Old Don^len IM- 
vnrsity (ODU) to crMte a water quality nmaagemMt 
system for IS lakes ot five acres or more to VtrgMa 

BMCh. 

Ite only drawtack to detemiaiag tte tevel al 
late poU^ton la Virgteia Baaci is tte cost of 
twtiiK. 

Tor enraple, Planer raqrs Rear reported ttat a 
acrtM el t^s on a single water samj^e mM ^0, 
and it took 24 Mfl^M to ewtate wate qpiU^ te 
lake Joyce, one of tte twolateaaaalytedte Oi^abWs 
latostady. 

Similar testUc on aU city takes could «)st 1700.000 

"Then an b^ter ways ofdotag it, "Knar rwHUfcad. 

Ite "b^er way" tte dty U invest^atteg is 
Mrial ptatogr^lV i^Bg ii^arad Bhn to vetBMWes 
tf poMton tram tte Ay. 



Update 



Oa Get 21, tte Vlrgtaia Baa^ Oty C«Ba<- 
eflaskBdtte 



ait m t tt pnOaJtoa 



DepartmeM to survny 
la tte dtya n 
TMs M«k, l^tete tates a took at 
9m sMar «t tea project, wU A 
aaytetalNghmr.'' 



Aartal pletires would te teliAil to spot areas of 
we ii aoi ac tto n cSmmi^li ia lakes, te added, ttat 
is an iattctfton attntes aad phosptetoa te ttt w^ 
are tmnmaUUat grasa« aad bi^M. 

Tte ptotogr^is wodd te^ tte citiJvalMte^M 
lento ai mA pW^ea. KMr sato, but ttan it must 
MteBtee '*whMMr tt te really detrimentel. Is ttet 
(oywy rad B ction of va^a^a) had?" 

"t^ tte b^ M oar tawwledge." tte idaanCT r«- 



mariced, "it's never been stadied." He indicated ttet 
ttera to a possilWty Virgteia Beach may te able to 
seek federal grant to stm^ tte problem. 

Lake poUi^ion is a u^giag concen of city offi- 
cials, Kmr said, eqiccially te resMential areas 
irtiich do not teve sewers. 

"Whn it nias a lot," te eqilained, lakes rise and 
tte water taUe infiltratea septic Unk systems. Like 
LyaatevM Bay, wtere oystering has been baisMd te- 
caaM of poUntira from human wastes, sample water 
analyris matte by tte city indicates ttet some lakes 
teve daageroes leveU of fecal coUform. 

CooKilmen requested a lake pollution study te 
Oeteber, aad "witt 65 lates te tte city," Knr ob- 
SM-ved, "it's going to te kiad (^amassive program." 

Ite etty te "stiU te teteteing stages ' with eqieris 
It ODD, te »hled, aad ttis we^ staff memtere fim 
to eiasaiae water monttoriag eipnpmat ttets. 

"If a a very sophisticated pn^)osal," Kear said, 
i^icb wB enmtee ponuticn b-cMn many different 
tevris, tadnding water sarnies ttemselves to de- 
temtee tte aSectivMess el wettaads areas as pol- 
'ffibnlllteriag systems. 



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A-2 - The Sun. April 23, 1975 





200 years later. 



yirginia Beach's inaugural bicen- 
»nnial celebraticxi received a 
i^m warty welcome from civic leaders 
^^ md citizens who marked the anni- 
Mrsary "shot heard round ttie 
Morld" Saturday at the Ft. Story 
Officers club. To the left. Con- 
gressman William VMiitehurst and 



his wife, Jane, mingle wdth guests, 
while (above) Beach MayOr J. Cur- 
tis Payne (right) converses with 
Economic Development Director 
James De Bel I is, with Bicenten- 
nial Commission Chairman Roy 
Alphin, wtw planned the buffet, 
in the background. 



We've sated 
j^auapUtce 

in The Sun 

i 

and here's htnv 
to get it: 

Bgj|Dg8_ 

WMdinfl and angigMnent mmamK»- 
nMim may Im wbmittad to The Swi liy 
mailing announcimenti to ^"BridM." 
Announoimanti riMMiid to ^Tpad, if pot- 
sibla, or printed lagMy. The daaJim for 
lecwving annoiinMnwntt it noon fpoKf 
prior tt> tfM wMk of iMriilication. Pieimei 
will to returned if ■ ccom p a n iwi by a 
stamped, Mif^ddrmed Miwlopa. 

Forum 



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tay in lettys to the editor. Nwim m^I 
be withhald on lequait, but ptoMt kt- 
dud* your nam* and tal ap hom numbar 
with your letter. Of course, tha latMn 
are subject only to miiMr aditing lo maat 
naw^Mper style and ip a ce requitenianli. 
To express your opinion or just to maka 
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nounca men t i of upcoming avents to 
"Sun Dial." Announcemmt* diould to 
typad if po»ibla, or printed legtUy, and 
should induda a daytinM taiaphono mim- 
ber if additnnai Information it needed. 
Notices for "^un Dial" must to raeMvad 
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NJROTC honors leading cadets 



Top students from Hstj 
Junior Reserve Officer 



Traiainjf Corps' m&~lS' 
Virginia Beacb tuch 
schools received the Na- 
tional Soiourners Medal for 
Americanism during cere- 
monies Thursday at tlie 
Little Creek Ampbibious' 
Base. 



The awards are given 
tostadents iH whavemain- 
lilBeitli^lkadKilasUc slau- 
dtrds and civic .aebieve- 
meots in addition to oat- 
standiiig coBdyct as caitets. 
AimL liMKSJKtiided: 




Mrs. 



WaTse V. Vick. 6304 



E. Port'Soad; Daniel Law, 
Bajfside, son of Mr. and 

Urs: James S. Uw, 546fr 
Sbadowwood Drive; Walter 

F. Bankowski, First Co- 
lonial, son of Cmdr. and 
Mrs. Walter F. Bankowski. 
SUt EdMwrg Drive; Mary 
L. Newman, Kella*. 
daugUer of Mr. and Mrs. 



Kenneth Newman, 3804 
Forrester Lane; William 
-WaedBouse, €oi, son «t- 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton T. 
Woodhouse, 22» Albemarle 
Ave., and Bienuenido A. 
Panebo, Princess Anne, 
9m^ Mr. inAUstifT^mo 
G.-"Sacho, WK«^rks 
Road. 



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Failures — 

(Continued from page A-l) 

The failures are due to the age and saturation 
of seiAic tank systems which allow wastes to seap 
tlffo^ the soil, eiplained Guy Narter of the H^lth 
D^artme^. Heavy rains and the resultant nin-oU 
aggravate the problem, he said. 

"We've had tanks going in where they sbraldn't 
have been," Crawford remarked to coumdlnen. He 
said Sa per c«it of the new sepUc tanks instadled 
in Virginia Beach last year were in the Lynnhaven 
Basin area. 

kmoBg otbers. Councilman Robert Cromwell ques- 
tioned whether the city has the authority to pro- 
hibit installation of septic tuiks where city sewer 
service was not available. Hanbury replied that be 
fcU tke city had, the authority through its power to 
"protMt tke health, safety and welfare of its citi- 
zens." 

BMides tailing septic taidcs, Crawford listed sewage 
Iq^ass, boats and animal contamination as contri- 
bi^rs to the Lynnhaven pollution. 

Councilman Pit Standing zeroed in on Oe sewage' 
^^pass problem and the need for earlier constnic- 
UOB <rf the Atlantic Treatmmt Plant. "U we go all 
belUiest to insUU sewers every place and we're 
^rpassin^ sewage anyway, then we're not solving the 
problem," he said. 



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Atlantic 
plant — 



(Continued frwn page A-l) 

HRSD Administrative Assistant Steve Lindstrom 
said the plannli^; for tbe Dam Neck plant is under- 
way d^pite the fact tbat the project is n<rt on the , 
State Water Control Board's priority list. 

The board did allocate |7OO,0OO to enable HRSD 
to study the area's sewer needs and prepare an 
Mvironasierii^ impact sUteroent for the project, 
wU^ W4nU W eligible for |61 !> milUon in federal 
finds from tte Environmental Protection Agency 
(EPA) aadlvBatber $4.1 million in state funding. 
The remaiaiiK $16.4 million would come from HRSD. 

Lindstrom said HRSD hopes to convince the State 
Water CMtevl Board to dip into its |40 millipn 
reserve for another $4 milUon for ATP to pay for 
"bard deti^" of the plant. 

But tke board has set an August deadline for 
distrflnting its unspent cushion of federal mtmey, 
so HRSD is stepping op the pace for its ATP pro- 
ject. 

The pnqxraed plant, planned for the foot of Old 
Dam Neck Road, would be able U> acccfit 35 million 
gallons of sewage each day. Pipes wouU carry the 
treated effluent across the Navy-owned Dem Neck 
property one and one-bijf Biles ii^ tte Attaatic 
O^an. 

Instead of dumping its sludge in a landflll, Lind- 
strom said HRSD plans to spend $5 or $6 million 
to develop ways to recycle the gooey byproduct as 
an agricultural additive and soil ccnditioner. 

Plans are also underway to find beneficial uses 
for Uie effluent, the treated water which Uadstrom 
said will have 85 per cent of the suspended solids 
removed after treatment and be further 'polished" 
by finely screened filters. 

For example, he said, the water could be injected 
into deep wells to recharge the groundwater table 
which is receding in the lace of salt water intrusion. 

"We're investigating alternative uses," Liastrom 
said, including the possibility .fili^ making the water 
available for industrial use at the nearby Oceana 
West Industrial Park. "Once you've got water that's 
reasonably clean," he said, "why not hang on to it?" 

Using the studies completed by consultant Mal- 
colm Pimie Engineers, Inc., of White Plains, N.Y., 
who also maintain offices in Newport News, in addi- 
tion to extensive water samples made by New Jer- 
sey firm, Hydroscience Inc., HRSD has determined 
that the ATP'g effluent wUl havea ■negligible" 
lflq»ct on the Atlantic Ocean. 

The consultants took samples froAt 22 areas off 
the Virginia Beach coast over a flve-niooth period 
to- •tetanalae «atar 41e^ 4u j«eU as tlw existing 
water quality. 

The firm plugged the results into three-dimen- 
sional mathematical model of the ocean enviro- 
ment to determine what impact the effluent wonld 
have on the ocean's water quality. 

Beach innkeepers bad been coBcemed that the plant 
would damage the resort city's attractive beaches and 
swimming in some way, and they also worried tbat 
it would produce noxtons odors like HRSD's Eliza- 
beth River plant at Uttle Creek. 

Lindstrom admitted that ATP has had its oppon- 
ents in the past, but he said be is convinced that 
public (pinion has veered the apposite direction. 

"It seems to me that the plant is much more ac- 
cqjtable now in the eyes of tte public," he added. 
He credited the shift in pid>lic opinion to improved 
ediKational communications as weU as advanced sani- 
tation technology. 

For example, ATP's odor-producing craiponents 
will be under wraps, so smelly gases which some- 
times invade residential areas of Mar the existing 
HRSD plant in Bayside will not be released. 

Although Dam Neck has a small population, Lind- 
strom said, "if there's only one neighbor it cooM be 
iprtMem." 

Some critics wiU also question whetter HRSD 
needs to build a new 35 million gallon idant while 
its 24 million gallon faclUty Is presenUy receiving 
only 15 million gallons of sewage each day. 

Lindstrom explains that the sanitation district is 
simply fulfilling a federal requirement to plan W 
years ahead. 

ATP will s«rve growing areas at boUi Virginia 
Beach and Chesapeake, he saki. 

The two cities presently have a combined p<^- 
Utlon of 340,000, with 220,(K)0 residents.in Virginia 
B«ich and 120,000 In Chesapeake. 

By 1980, when the ATP begins operating, HRSD 
expects Vindnia Beach to boast 300,000 residents, 
irtille Chesap^ke marks Its p(9ttlaUoa at 130,000 
In 1990, Virginia Beach will have grow^to 380,000, 
and planners predict the city wiU pass the 400,000 
mark by 1995. 

M^nwhUe, CbesapoUce will see its population surge 
to 170,000 by 1990, and it will grow to ttie present 
slie of Virginia Beach - 220,000 - by the turn of 
the century. 

Uadstrom scotts at critics who say the pn^osed 
ATP will ennoui^e growtfc. alttongh be said the 
system wcwld "certainly make tiiat growth a Uttle 
less painful. There's a very distinct difference 
between anUcipatlng growth and esKwraglng growth." 

"We've played catcb-q>," Lindstrom add«I, "and 
we've finally at Inst aniroached the crest so we're 
ncrt looking behind us anymore." 

C(^es of the preliminary enviroomeotel inpact 
report and studies completed by HRSD's cosaultants 
are available in tte city clerk's office in tte Virginia • 
Beacb AdmlnlstraUon Buildiig and at WSD'a Nor- 
folk office. 

Lindstrom urged lirterest^ eitisens to attend Toes - 
day's pubUe hearing, and te enc(mraged them to 
voice their cpiestlons and concerns at the meetii^. 

Altbo«^h there will be (^iportnnities fQr public 
pertkJ^tfo* met on Ml tte ^wriag *aA design 
process, Linistrom said Twsdty's sesAm is "the 
most important one - it's the ok where the plan 
can tx altered or ctanged tetore the project ir 
set in «ncrete." 

Tbe meetli« will include a iv^^tioe ^ ATP's 
cMsultarts, and sanitation iteMers will 1>e avail- 
able for iiuesti(»s fran the audience. 



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News Briefs 



Assailant escapes 



Virginia Beach police arc still seeking Burley E. 
Uwle, 30, who reportedly staM)ed his former wife 
SuBday morning on the tmlcony of the a|»iment the 
cotQde shared l>efor? ' rerent divorre. 

Barbara Ann Uzzle, 26, was in .fair coadiUoa at 
G«MraI Hospital of Virginia Beach (oUowii« the 
attaclt. 

Uczle, who escaped on foot, evaded police road- 
blocks, and a woodland search near tlie r-nrtment 
by police proved fruitless. 

The sta))bing victim had returned to the apartment 
earlier that day accompanied by two of her brothers 
to pick up her belongings. 



Pipes delay ramps 

Delays in the installation of a water pipe, compounded 
by wet weather, has pushed the completion of Nor- 
folk-Virginia Beach Expressway's Rosemont Road 
interchange past December. 

Highway officials eipected to open Rosemont free- 
way ramps in May, but project engineers said utility 
lines which were supposed to be relocated before 
construction delayed the project several months. 

Planner finds job 

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Charles C. Carrington, former Virginia Beach 
planning director, began work this week as planning 
chief in Rockville, Md., a Washington Q.C., suburb 
one-fourth the population of Virginia Beach. 

The posiUsn carries a $25,142 salary, $2,000 
less than Carrington earned annually as Beach.plan- 
ning director. 

The planning director submitted his resignation ef- 
fective April 15 in January, but left the job earlier 
at tlie request of City Manager George Hanbury. 

Crash kills youth 



Funeral services were Monday for a Kellam High 
School student who died in an early Friday morning 
automobile crash on Blackwater Road. 

William A. Lawrence, 18, son of Harry M. and 
Dora Sawyer Lawrence, Route 4, Pungo Landing, was 
killed instantly when the sports car he was riding in 
careened off the road and struck two trees. 

The driver, William A. McKown, 19, of Norfolk, 
was thrown from the car and died later in Norfolk 
General Hospital. / 

Lawrence, is also survived by a sister, aSjbrother 



aad two graodpsirents. 



Frere Jacques sold 



Virgiiua-Florida Capital Corp. has purchased Frere 
Jacques, a private school which closed down in Feb- 
ruary after 20 years ofoperation, at an auction Thurs- 
day. 

The firm, which took over a $64,000 deed of trust 
in additicn to a $7,000 payment, reported it had no 
plans to reopen the school. 

Earlier the school had been sold to Phillip Wagner, 
an am>raiser for a Norfolk real estate firm, but be 
could not make payments on the deed of trust. 



Parts sale upheld 



An auto parts dealer, who had been convicted erf 
selling parts on a Sunday in violation of the Blue 
Law won an aiveal because the prosecuters did not 
prove the parts were not required for an emergency. 

Circuit Court Judge Robert S. Wahab overturned 
a Genera] District Court decision Thursday against 
Dickie Wayne Godwin, owner of Malilw Auto Parts. 

The judge explained that prosecutors must rule out 
emergency repairs because emergency service Is 
legal 00 a Sunday. 



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Treeawent only for birds. Trees 
are for paper and cleansins the 
air Trees are for picnics and 
apples and oranges Get yourself 
and your organization involved. 
Plant some trees For natures 
sake and the sake ol our heritage. 



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Builders to break ground \ 




The Tidewater Builders 
Association (TBA) will 
break ground for its 19?5 
scholarship bouse 11 a.m. 
today. 

Profits from the sale 
of the $52,750 house, on 
Country Place at Green 
Run, will be donated to the 
association's scholar- 
ship fund. The fund pro- 
vides schobr<(hip<! to stu- 
dents in the ^ Hampton 
Roads area majoring in 
fields related to tbe build- 
ii^ industry. 

Carroll W. Kennedy and 
Associates, a Virginia 
Beach firm, will build the 
house, a four-bedroom, 
two-and-one-half bath str- 
ucture of Dutch colonial 
design. The kitchen fea- 
tures a l>eamed ceiling and 
brick accents. 



Virginia Beach Mayor J. 
Curtis Payne will be guest 
speak<>r at the groundbre- 
aking ceremony. 

The 1975 house, the lOtb 
to be built for the scho- 
larship program, is ex- 
pected to boost the fund 



approximately $10,000 to 
$60,000. TBA eventually 
hopes to build the scho- 
larship kttty to $100,000, 
a level which would enable 
TBA to generate scholar- 
ships through accumulated 
interest money 



Navy jet crashes 



Navy investigators were 
combing the area nearLy- 
nnhaven Parkway Tuesday 
where a Naval Air Station 
(NAS) Oceana - based 
jet fighter crashed just af- 
ter its two Virginia Beach 
crewmen bailed out to sa- 
fety. 

The twin-ei^ine A6 In- 
truder jet fighter plowed 
into a vacant field Mon- 
day night near Plasa Jun- 



ior High School. The crew- 
men, Mac Paul and Ed 
Maritis, both assigned with 
Attack Squadron 42 at Oc- 
eana, were found wan- 
dering in the area by re- 
scue workers. 

Residents in the area 
reported that they heard 
popping sounds just t>efore 
the jet erash^. No cause 
had been determined for 
the accident 



Teachers' ^minar Thursday 



Virginia Beach will be 
flooded with 2,000 social 
studies and history tea- 
chers Thursday, Friday 
and Saturday when the Vir- 
ginia Council for Social 
Studies and the Virginia 
Department of Education 
co-sponsor a conference 
at the Cavalier Hotel. 

"Social Studies Educa- 



tion: A Continuing Revo- 
lution" is the theme lor 
the three-dav session, 
which will include meet- 
ings on "The Textbook and 
the Real WorW," "Expl- 
oring Human Nature," 
Teaching Cultural Change" 
and "The American Trad- 
ition of Dissent." 



Guests during the sem- 
inar include House Judi- 
ciary Committeewoman 
Rep. Barbara Jordan, (D- 
Texas) Jeremy Rifkin, fo-' 
under and co-director of 
the Pople's Bicentennial 
Commission, and James 
Shaver, president-elect 
for the National Council 
for the Social Studies. 



Cowboys 
wanted* 



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No, it's neither fear, sur- 
prise nor astonishment re- 
flected in the striking eyes 
of Roberta Debold of 1217 
Derby Lane in Virginia 
Beach. She's only keeping 
a close watch on her clothes 



as she does the wash in a 
local self-service laimdry. 
Roberta and her husband, 
David, who is in the Navy, 
recently moved to the 
Beach from Jacksonville, 
Fla. 



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living proof cancer can be cured. The American Cancer 
Society needs milHons to save millions more. Please, 
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To see how much, write: 
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Comment 



A-4 - The Sun, April 23. 1975 



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On March 1 Clarence Morgan Jr. was shot and killed in the back 
yard of his Burton Station home by Patrolman Douglas W. Nid^ol- 
son of the Virginia Beach Police Department who was answering 
two calls to ttie police dispatcher. One reported a "sick person, 
mentally disturbed" and the other referi^ed to an emergeiwy, 
a man choking his wife. 

After the shooting, about 150 blacks in the middle-class neigh- 
borhood near Norfolk Regional Airport threw rodcs at police cart$ 
and burned one unmarked car. Later that same night, an 18-year- 
old white man was pulled from his car and beaten while driving 
through the neighborhood. 

Prompted by the concern of black leaders, Commonwealtti's 
Atty. Andre Evans appointed a special investigator to look Into 
the incident. Here is that report as it was presented to City Council 
Monday. 




Clarence Morgan Jr. is pictored here 
in a family photograph taken last year. 
With him are (left to right) his daugh- 



ters Jacqueline, 11, and Alethea, 8 
his wife Naomi and his son Clarence 
III, 5. 



The day Clarence Morgan died 



Keport of Andre Evans, Commonwealth's Atty. of tlie 
City of Virginia Beacli, concerning the death of 
Clarence Morgan Jr. 

My purpose in being l>efore you today is to inform 
you, the public and those more intimately concerBed , 
therewith, of the results of my investigation into the 
death of Clarence Morgan Jr., who was shot and killed 
by Patrolman D. W. Nicholson of tlie Vii^inia Beach 
Police Department on March 1, 1975. The question 
is whether Officer Nicholson in guilty of criminal 
misconduct for which he should l>e prosecuted. 

It is NOT my providence to speculate about how 
tliis event could have b^n avoided, although I am 
sure we have all coiisid«Ved that question. Nor is it 
inbumbent on me to deteraMne how such events can 
be prevented in the future! These are proper consi- 
derations for the Police Department. Nevertheless, 
if 1 had such wisdom, I would impart it to Chief 
W. W. Davis, but I am afraid that I cannot be so 
helpful. It is my understanding, however, that mea- 
sures are being taken and programs initiated that will 
tend to alleviate like situations in the future. 

The Commonwealth's Attorney's Office does not 
normally conduct its own independent investigation 
of shooting deaths. That is tbe function of ttie Police 
Department. However, in this instance, whenthedeath 
~wascaosea^ljytlre actions of ameinber of the Police 
Department, it became necessary and desirable that 
we conduct our own independent investigation. 

Judging from, correspondence received and media 
reports, there is some confusion as to the relationship 
of this office and the Police Department 1 poiiAout, 
therefore, that the Office of the Commonwealtli's Attor- 
ney and the Virginia Beach Police Department are 
separate and ndependent agencies. The Common- 
wealth's Attorney is an offlcer of the state who is 
elected by and serves the people of Virginia Beach as 
public prosecutor. The Chief of Police and his de- 
partment are employees of the city engaged as law 
enforcement officers. It is true that the Common- 
wealth's Attorney normally relies on the Police 
Department for criminal investigation. It was for this 
very reason that I decided to conduct my own in- 
vestigation of this incident. Presumably everyone 
would feel better if the Police Department did not have 
to, in effect, investigate itself. 

At their request, I met with the father of the de- 
ceased, his aunt aixl a representative of the Ameri- 
can Civil Liberties Union. At that time, I informed 
them of my intention to conduct my own investigation. 
On March 4, 1975, Cliief Davis, various members (rf 
his department, and I met with representatives of the 
National Association for the Advancement of Colored 
People and other leaders of the black community. I 
informed them then that I would investigate this 
matter. 

The investigation was conducted by two attorneys 
in this office and my own investigator, who is not a 
policeman. We had the complete cooperation of the 
Police Department, and bad the benefit of their own 
investigation. In the course of our inquiry, we inter- 
viewed more than 30 witnesses, obtained statements 
from most of them, accumulated numerous documents, 
as well as photographs and sketches. 

It was recognized at the outset that many of those 
to be interviewed were black, and that my investi- 
gators were white. Statements were made that led me 
to believe that there might be some lack of communi- 
cation under these circumstances. Consequently, we 
employed the services of a black investigator. He is a 
native of Virginia Beach, and he and his family reside 
here when he is not at the University of Virginia where 
he attends law school. He has had law enforcement 
experience as a summer policeman. Through his ef- 
forts, we were able to contact many essential witnesses 
and leaders of the black community. All of us had 
the cooperation of the National Association for the 
Advancement of Colored People, the American Civil 
Liberties Union and their attorneys. I thank them for 
their assistance, without which this investigation could 
not be so complete. 

The essential facts are without dispute. The de- 
ceased, Clarence Morgan Jr., was a 32-year-old black 
male who lived at 5871 Burton Station Road with his 
wife, Naomi, and their three children. Mr. Moifan 
was a longshoreman and a highly respected member of 
the community. To our knowledge, there was nt^hiog 
in his Iwckground that would have foretold the events 
to come. 

We have subpoenaed the records of the Norfolk 
General Hospital and now know that for approximately 



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a week before bis death, Mr. Moniao Bad been emo- 
tionally upset. This has been coafirmed by bis fam- 
ily, who were so concerned about Us conditioDthat oo 
that day in question, his wife and fatter took him to 
the Norfolk General Hospital to the emergency room. 
They stayed at the hospital from about 1 p.m. until 
about 5:30 p.m., while Mr. Morgan iraderwent a men- 
tal status investigation. 

There is nothii* to be gained by vioUtii* the 
confidentially of that examinatiim. SuOice it to say 
that the doctor felt that he was suffering from panic 
and was develqiing serious delusional symptoms. The 
doctor stated that the finding, "and suicidal thoughts, 
could be indicative of an insipient schtEophrenic 
psychosis, paranoid type; howBTcr, this an Illness 
which is often ^icult to diagiiose in its beginning 

stages." ^'"^ _ ,. 

The importance of bcitiitalicatioB was stressed to 
the patient, his wife and his father. Hie lather wanted 
him hospitalised, but he refused, stating "1 will come 
back tomorrow." Since the patient was not tcrtally 
disorganized and was asking for medication, he was 
allowed to leave after signing a release form indicati^ 
that he understood that he was being released against 
the advice of the physician. 

After returning home, he pot OD his pajamas and 
went toted. 4<rs. Morgan a n d two women fri f Pds were — 
there and talked foraboirtone-halfboarwhen Mr. Mor- 
gan came and laid on the floor and said, "God help me, 
God help me!" He becamennndy.aadODelady left and 
returned with a male neigUwr fmr assistance. Mr. 
MoTgaa became more ups^ att^tia»a^i!C tanlture 
around and became uncohtrolanlcf. Tfe aoCtof hadlold 
Mrs. Morgan that if he became violate, she was to 
leave him along, so everyone left the house. They went 
next door, tried to call the Rescue Squad and eventually 
called the police. 

It is important to know what information the police 
had, and therefore what information was transmitted 
to Officer Nicholson. Since all incoming calls and radio 
messages to and from the dispatcher and police cars 
are recorded, we striopoenaed from the Police De- 
partment the actual tape made during this time. The 
recording has been authenticated under oath by the 
Chief Dispatcher who was on duty at the time. A 
transcript of the tape has been made by a court 
repOTter. 

For our purposes, it is important to know that in 
tte first call from Mr. Morgan's mother, it was re- 
ported to the police that there was a person with a 
mental problem in danger who had Just returned from 
the hospital. Two police cars were informed by radio 
at 7:34 p.m. that there was a "sick person, mentally 
cUsturbed", at 5871 Burtrai StaUon Road. A second 
and more frantic call referring to an emergency, a 
man gone crazy, one nobody could control, a raving 
maniac, a man who was choking his wife, resulted in 
two radio messages, the first to the two patrol cars 
on duty in that area. 

The second call was from the precinct lieutenant on 
duty reiterating that there were two comptaints, the 
first being a mental patient and the second was near 
the same address of a domestic --a man attemi^ing 
to choke a woman. 

It was Witt this information that Unit 330, an un- 
marked car, driven by Officer J. E. MarsOT, also 
carrying Officer Nicholscn, proceeded to Burton Sta- 
tion Road. 

Burton Station Road is in the northern part of the 
city, near the Norfolk Airport. It is off Morthaffl{Aoa 
Boulevard between Diamond Springs and Lake Wright. 
This quiet street off the busy thoroughfare leads to No. 
5871, tte home of CUrence Morgan Jr. and his family. 
The brick residence is situated about 55 feet off the 
road. The ptace where tte incident took place is in 
the back year, which Is surrounded by a ttree-foot 
taU fence and entered l>y a gate. 

Having heard the two calls, the second being that a 
subject was choking a woman, Unit 330, Officers 
Marson and Nicholson, proceeded to Burton Station 
Road. Their Intention was to assist otter units that had 
been assigned, should their help be needed. As we 
know from the transcript, four other police cars were 
respoiiding. As it turned out. Unit 330 was tte first 
to arrive. 

Althmgh in plainclottes, they were recognized 
and flagged down bf several persons in the road. 
A black female said to Nicholson, "He's choking 
her! He's choking her!" An<Aher person said, "Call 
for more help, do not go back there without more 
help." Nicholson asked where it was, and was shown 
tte area and told "over by the fence". He could 
see someone moving near tte house. Officer Marson 
signed out on tte radio at 7:38 p.m. and parked 
the car while NicholsM quickly moved to the back- 
yard. Believing that someone's life was in dai^er, 
he unholstered his revolver and proceeded with his 
pistol in bis left hand, his being left-haixied, and 
a five-cell flaf^igtrt is tte other. He had his ba(%e 
in his pocket, but did not identify himself under 
these circumstances, nor did he believe it necessary 
to turn on his flashUgfat. On arriving at tte fence, 
be saw that the "victim* in daMer was not a human 
being, but a dog, and ttat a black male was kneeling 
over Uk dog holding a large knife, attempting to 
cut tte dog's neck. Lowering his pistol, Nicholson 
moved inside the fence, and asked the man what 
he was doing. 

AlthiMgh it was quite darts, there was some il- 
lumination from two lights, (me an ISO watt flood- 
light, pointing towards tte tack of tte yard, and a 
75 watt light over the r»r itoor. The yard con- 
tains- a clothesline, some trees and is surrounded 
b^ a tbree-fo«4 etainlink fence wWch has pickets 
on the front The only gate, witt the exceptloaol 
one on the far sicte, is the one NicholsM entered 
The incident took place in the front left comer 
<rf the yard, as It is viewed from the street. 

Nicholson, seeii^ the man with a knife over 
a dog. lowered his Distal and asked bin what he 



was doing, while moving into tte yard. The man. 
who we now know was Clarence Morgan Jr., re- 
plied, "She's tte devil! She's the devil!" and start- 
ed to cut the dog again. By the time, Nicholson was 
approximately five or six feet from Morgan and 
asked him to put down the knife. Instead, Morgan 
arose and t>egan advancing rapidly oo the officer 
Witt the knife held out in front of him In what ap- 
peared to be a threatenii^ manner. Nicholson lacked 
,,up as far as he felt he could wlttout tripping over 
something or running into the fence. Morgan cwitin- 
ued his advance and when he was an>roximately 
ttree feet from Nicholson, he fired his 38 caliber 
revolver at him. He did so, he says, without further 
warning because he was shocked by Morgan's sudden 
movements and tte look on his face. He tbot^ht 
Morgan intended to kill him. When he did not stop 
after the first shot, the second shot was fired. 
At this point, the officer paused, expecting him to 
and last shot, witt which Morgan did stop, turn 
and fall to the ground. He died from gunshot wounds, 
ttree in numi>er, all of ttem being from the front, 
two to the chest and one to the right shoulder _ 

Officer Marson, also dressed in plain, casial 
clothes, had observed these events from outside 
tte fence, and after the shooting, entered tte yard. 
- Mnrson toW^4Ji€hol«oB to put his gun away, which 
he did, and Marson obtained the knife which was 
tten under Morgan's body. By this time, other police 
units were on the scene, and residents of the area 
had b^an to congregate. Nicholson made his way 
back to a,p<aice_»r^JH»<' .<^U«' '"F ,!W,M*||^« 
The foregoing are tfe facts substahliall j'aS refifiled 
by Nicholson and verified by Marson, who, being the 
driver of tte car, was delayed momentarily in parking 
and signing out on the radio, but did follow Nicholson 
to the yard and saw the confrontation. He saw what 
turned out to be the dog where Morgan was kneeling, 
and heard words exchanged, although he was too far to 
hear exactly what ttey were. He states that the man 
suddenly sprang to his feet and advanced, shouting 
something that sounded like "Kowabunga! Kowabunga!" 
After tte first shot, Morgan kept coming, slowed after 
tte second, and staggered and fell after the third, 
which came following a short pause. Marson retrieved 
tte knife from beneath the body and hid it in his belt 
because, by that time, ttere had appeared a large 
groq) of young blacks that seemed to be hostile and 
ttreatening. 

My purpose in this investigation was to determine 
whetter Officer Nicholson's conduct constituted cri- 
minal action, for which he would be prosecuted. As I 
will explain later, how the situation appeared to him and 
what he ttought at the time is decisive. 1 would be re- 
miss, however, if I did not point out that there is some • 
conflict in the evidence. Interviews with the Morgan 
family and friends teiri to minimize his emotional pro- 
blems, and while they do acknowledge that he became 
unruly that evening, they, in effect, contradict the tape 
reconling by denying urgent calls for help because a 
man was chokii^ his wife. It is also stated that Nicbol- 
sm, Mce on the scene, was warned not to approach 
Morgan alone but to get help. Statements differ as to 
how much light ttere was. Those familiar with the 
yard say there was much light. The officers say just 
enot^h to see what was haj^nlng. Accounts vay as 
to what Morgan was doing when he was approached by 
Nicholson. Soine Say he was merely playing with the 
^, while another in an interview transcribed by 
WAVY-TV, which tape we subpoenaed and had tran- , 
scribed, states that Morgan was feeding the dog and 
had a spoon or knife in his hand, that the officer 
jumped the fence and shot Morgan four or five times. 
Another unknown person was similarly interviewed 
by the reporter and stated that he was in the backyard 
with Morgan, that when Nicholson pulled the gun, they 
thei^ht he was a nMier, that they advanced on him, 
Nicholson said "Halt!", he fired, Morgan dropped, 
g^ up, fired again, and when be was falling, shot him 
in the head. 

One witness that we interviewed confirms that 
Morgan said, "She's tte devil", but otters do not. 
No one else saw the knife, but most say he might have 
one hldded from tteir view. Two eye witnesses agree 
that Morgan was kneeling when approached, and then 
he arose. One says that he, the witness, was within one 
foot of the fence, a«l saw Morgan sprir* up, but saw 
no knife. The same witness also said Morgan was shot 
in the head, which the autopsy shows not to be true. 
None of the witnesses identify Nicholson as doing the 
shooting, rather most ofttem describe Marson as hav- 
ing had the gun. To satisfy a member of tte family, one 
of my assistants who bears some resemblance to Mar- 
son, let her pull his hair to prove that I had not sent 
the assailant, disguised with a wig, to investigate. 
Be that as it may be, tte essential facts are not 
really in dis|wte. The police were called Officer 
Nicholson respcmded, entered the yard, thinking a 
person was bei^ choked. He was confronted by an 
emotionally disturbed man, who advanced on him witt 
a knife Nicholson retreated to a fenced comer of the 
yard, and rather than turn his tack and jump tte 
fence, be sht and killed the man whom be thought 
was going to kill him. 

All wlttess agree that Nicholson was backing when 
he fired, all agree that Morgan was facing him when 
he was shot, and that he turned and fell away from 
him when he collapsed. The blood stains from the 
chest wounds were found to be 14 1/2 feet from tte 
left side of the fence and 8 l/l feet from the front. 
Laboratory analysis of Morgan's clothii* showed m 
gun power residue, and the firearms e]q)ert states 
that normally 38 special ammunition will leave de- 
posits out to a distance of three fert Since we know 
that Moi^an was 6 feet 3 Inches tall, and that he 
turned and fell away from Nicholson, it is a^iarent 
ttat mOttiam was close to or most up against 
tte fence when he flred This takes ir a cmsideratm 
the minimum of three feet between ttem when the 
shrt was flred, plus Morgan's height when he turned 



and fell in the other direction. 

As I mentioned earlier, where Nicholson was. what 
he was thinking and how the situation appeared to him 
at tte time is decisive in a legal determination. The 
officer's justification for his action Is that of self- 
-defense. A confrontation such as this is a classic 
situation which the courts have bad to consider nu- 
merous time'- 

The rule commonly stated is that if an individual 
Is assaulted. Is himself without legal fault, and he 
reasonable apprehends death or great bodily injury 
to himself unless he kills his assailant, then such 
killing is justiftable. The law of Virglnta Is that self- 
defense Is a matter of necessity, and there must be 
such reasonable apprehension of immediate danger 
by some overt act, as to amount to the creation of 
necessity. Vlastaris v. Commonwealth, Volume 164, 
Va. Supreme Court Reports, page 647. The test of the 
right to shoot In self-defense is not whether the accused 
believed that be was In Imminent danger of great 
bodily harm, but whetter he had reasonable ground to 
believe that he was in such danger. Perkins v. Com- 
monwealth, Volume 186, Va. Supreme Court Reports, 
page 867. To justify a killing in self-defense, de- 
ceased's act must be one from which accused must 
have had reasonable ground to believe that he was in 
imminent danger of death or of great bodily harm at 
the hand of the deceased. However, a man iSim 
assaulted is held accountable under tte law only 
lor the exercise of such judgment as is warranted 
by the circumstances as they reasonably appear to 
him at tte time. The test is not what a reasonable 
man similarly situated would have believed, twt what 
the accused actually believed. Fortune v. Common- 
wealth, 133 Va. 669. 

In some jurisdictions, a person who Is without bull 
but Is laced with death or serious bodily harm may 
be required to retreat as far as possible before 
striking his apparent assailant in self-defense. This, 
however, is not the rule in Virginia. In Jackson v. 
Commonwealtt, 96 Va. 107, It was held that "a person 
assaulted while in the discharge of a lawful act, and 
reasonable apprehending that his assaitant will do him 
bodily harm, has the right to repel the assault by all 
the force he deems necessary, ani is not compelled 
to retreat from his assailant, but may, in turn, be- 
come the assailant, inflecting bodily wounds until his 
person is out of daiiger." And in McCoy v. Common- 
wealth, 125 Va. 771, the Court said the rule maybe 
briefly stated thusly. If the accused is in no bult 
whatever, but In the discharge of a tawful act, he 
need not retreat, but may repel force by force, if ■ 
need be, to tte extent of slaying his adversary. This 
is Justifiable homicide in self-defense. 

CONCLUSION 

Under the facte as they aniear, and the law as 
enunctated by the courts, my conclusion is that 
Officer Nicholson was legally justified in defending 
himself, even though his actions had such tragic 
consequences. The officer was called to the scene 
and entered tte yard, thinking that he was carry- 
ing out his duties as a policeman to help someone 
in trouble, was confronted by a knife-wielding as- 
saitant, who was 25 pounds heavier and ttree inches 
taller, he retreated and finally fired, thinking his 
life to be in danger. 

In my opinion, his jud^merit was reasonable under 
tte circumstances, he is legally entitled to assert 
the claim of self-defense, and his actions were 
tterefore justiftable from the standpoint of ttie taw. 

That tte actions of Officer Nicholson were legally 
Justifiable does not, of course, restore Clarence 
Morgan Jr. to his family. Nothing cui do that. I 
have personally eqsressed my condolences to the 
widow, the fatter. Rev. Ctarence Morgan Sr., and 
other members of tte family. I am sure Uut Of- 
ficer Nicholson, Chief Davis and other members of 
the department share my sentiments. 
ADDENDUM 

I wwld be less than candid if I did not add that 
our investigation was made more difficult by the 
erootlMS Involved. This incid«st closely followed 
similar incidents of police shootings of blacks t>y 
a white officer. One in particular, although the facts 
are readily distii^shable, was even mentioned that 
night in the emotion -charged atmosi^re on Burton 
Station Road. 

It must be noted, also, that in the aftermatt, 
the police felt constrained to leave the Burton Sta- . 
tion area and the people there to their own devices, 
rather than rjsk further confrontation. Even a btacli 
officer was/lnsulted, threatened, and had to leave 
tte area f^f bis own safety. While my investigation 
was not |irimarily so directed, we did inquire into 
who burtied *~, police car, stole a plice shotgun, 
and d^troyed>^ other equipment of an evidentiary 
nature that is irreptacable. No one wanted to UU 
alxHit these actions. 

Of even more coMem to me is that an onsuspeet- 
Ing, totally uninvolved white man, who happened 
to drive through the area later that night, was bea- 
ten, roU>ed and had his car damaged. Fortunately, 
less vlolrat members of tlK comnimity rescued him, 
and he was able to get out without serious injury. 

A great number of people were ccmcerned atmut 
Clarence Morgan Jr., as we all were. No one, tow- 
ever, voiced concern about arson, rd*ery and tte 
destruction of prt^rty. If the black and white c(^- 
mnaities are to live in harmony, we must all re- 
cognize that justice is for all, regardless ot cok»'. 



TtespecHulIy submitted, 
AiMlre Evans 

Com mem wealth's Attorney 
Virginia Beach 

April 21, 1975 



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The Sun. April 23. 1975 - A-5 



Kempsville's Steve Sawyer: 

toneliness' not part of the sport 



if STEVE BIOMDO 
tar Staff Writer 



la intlvidial spoHs, tlw "kmetloess of the lo^ 
dtstuKt nnner" has become sometUof of a cU^e. 
Tbe mtBd anjnres qi imafes of loac-legged Jim 
RyuB steppiag mdless mile after mile across a bar- 
reD landscape to keep Us body in skape, to keep 
tbe muscles from tigbtenloc up. 

For KempsTllIe's ^eve Sawyer - a lean 135- 
poMMi s«tfor -- tbe cUcbe U adaUy reality 11 noaths 
oat Id tbe year. Witb tbe nceptios at Wedwadtys, 
set aside as dual meet days ia tbe Eastern District, 
Sawyer and bis long distance teammates mn 40 milf s 
weekly, 20 of tbem on weekend jaunts at Seabore 
State Park. 

"Tbat's bow I burt my leg," says Sawyer, irtu bas 
been pained witb tendonitis since a running acci- 
dent at tbe park tbree weeks ago. "Sometimes it's 
really hard. You run from early July to June, so 
you get a month off. By tbe end of tbe season you're 
hurting all over. You get a mild case of sbin-qdiots. 
"You just work yourself down to nothing." 



'That is real imporiant. You 

can psych sonneone out arid get 

psyched out yourself real easy. 

OfKe you get into shape there's 

nothing to it.' 

— Kempsville miier Steve 

Sawyer 



"Hat is real Important," agress Sawyer. "You 
can {wych someone out and get psyched oat your- 
self real easy." As easy as tbe physical aspect 
of tbe sport? Sawyer shrugs. "Once you get into 
shape there's aotbii« to it." 

As tar as getting discouraged goes, Sawyer makes 
no allowaflce for it. "I <k«'t get bored during com- 
petition," be says, adding that his single montb off 
each summer is necessary to heal the body, but 
that be would just as soon be running. "YoujUst 
ran it out. If you really enjoy it you can stand being 
bored for a moatb or so." 

Coach OeSarro says that the year-around aspect 
ot the qnrt, however, causes problems to the young 
ttUetM. Tbey turn In a bad time and depression 
seta in. Then you tell tbem it's all right to take 
a few days off, relai. They'll get that confidence 
back." 

Sawyer began his track career in junior high where 
be ran the MO and tbe mile events, spurred on by 
his brother. *I really didn't start until high school, 
Uioagh,' Sawyer says. "Wbat 1 was running overtbere 
were Uke the warm-ups here." 



'You have to work with them 

individuaMy. You can't give 

thenn hell. You can't hurt their 

•go. You try to get the nnost 

out of them.' 

-- Kempsville trach coach Don 

OeSarro 




Steve Sawyer (right) leads the pack to- 
wards the end of the mile run at the 
1975 Eastern District indoor meet held 



at Bayside in February. Sawyer set a 
district record in the event. He was 
timed at 4:17.9. 



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__JSawyer has ooi shown that tbe work this seasoo^ 
has been getting bim down, however, since he cur- 
rently holds tbe best area times in boUi tte mile 

~aaA two-nile ran, ud still tas the I 
records for tbe indoor version of both eventa. 

"Around her," he notes with a taagh, "there's 
no difference because we run our Indoor track out- 
side." 

"He's seif-dUciplined, tbat's what makes the dif- 
ference," says Sawyer's coach and friend, Don De- 
Sarro. "He's constantly coming down smj^ object 
is to hit a 4:08 or a 4:10 mile." OeSarro, who's 
been coaching Kempsville outdoor track ever since 
the school opened, notes the dichotomy between tbe 
sprinters and long distance runners on a track squad. 
"Tbey separate themselves," he says. "The distance 
kid is diflerent. He's not Uke a football ptayer, 
not that kind of athlete. Tbe nature of tbe boy ta 
different. He's more intelligent, generally high 19 
in hta class." 

For De&rro, the differences demand an equally 
dlffereirt aniroach to coaching tbe long distance rm- ' 
ner. "I make it a personal thing witb tbem," be saya. 
"You have to work with tbem individually. You can't 
give them bell. You can't hurt their ego. You try 
to get tbe most out of tbem." Generally, however, 
DeSarro believes the long distance runner needs more 
confidence building and less coaching. 

"They know what they're (toing," be admito, "Tbey 
have to know what tbey can do and when they can 
do and when tbey can do it. To me that's pert of 
the psych abiUty." 



. *I tUnk his 9th grade year proved to him thathe^ 
eoold do it," says DeSarro, who has taken a close 
IMerest in Sawyer's career. "I think we sort of hit 
I together. He's got good potenttal. 



Jon, "He's the fastest (scbolastie) mller in the coun- 
try in indoor track." But the Kempsville senior adds 
that tbe season bas a way to go yet and he'll have 
man y more chances to impr ove. "I'm trying to get 



Wttb a 2-2 dual meet record, the Chieta are not 
bwniag 1$ the track this season. They're leaving 
ttat to Len Greenwood's Bayside squad. But neither 
Saw^r or Coach DeSarro are too concerned with 
teUB perfbntance, as long the top individual's on 
tbe sqpuMi give their best when it cnnrts: in tbe city, 
district and r^onal meeta. 



'I'm running in the fastest state 

in the country this year. We've 

had so many records broken 

it's pitiful.' 

— Kempsville miler Steve 

Sawyer 

"We're not a good dual meet team," uimita the 
ieoad. His Chief team suffered a March 26 'dual 
ncet loss to Bayside by a 92-44 score. "You're 
scores mean nothing. It's wbat your individuals do." 

"Ve lave some real good Individuals," says Saw- 
yer. "We dioald be strong in the city and district. 
Bayside ta the best dual meet team in tbe district. 
Last yeu* in the city tourney we lost to Bayside by 
one point. So everyone should be up good for that 
one. You've got to stick togeUier." 

Reecatly Sawyer ran against some of tbe top com- 
peUtioB ta the area at tbe Colonial «etays inWil- 
"1 got beat real good," says Sawyer, 
lost to Fergosira's premier miler Mike Elling- 



ray times down so I can peak in Ok regionals and tbe 
state." 

Sawyer has not yet reached that point in his sea- 
son where Coach DeSarro has had to tell him to take 
.' "a, '^w days (j^ apd retei. When he runs, be says, 
he shuts everything out and tries simply to beat the 
clock. 

"When 1 run in a hard race, I usually don't brar 
anybody. The only guy I hear is the guy calling out 
the splits," he says. But Sawyer enjoys seeing tbe 
crowds at the meeta, who come out to see the girl's 
run, be thinks. The idea of girl's track in general 
turns him on. "I love it. It's fantastic. We run the 
girls and boys at tte same time and a lot of peo- 
ple come." 

Sawyer loves the Virgiida Beach area, despite the 
amount of moving around his family does and tbe 
tact they'll probably move again after he graduates. 
"We've Uved in Virginia Beach three different times," 
be groans. But the surf lures bim, and has made 
an avid surfer out of him and a number of the other 
distance runners on the Kemjwville squad. "You really 
get a workout," Sawyer says enthusiastically. The wea- 
ther could be a little nicer. "When you run outdoors, 
ttie humidity and teat wiU slow you down," te says. 
"In Souttem California, 10 per cent humidity ta a 
bad day. People out there sweat when it's in the 70s, 
but you'll get faster times." 

Still, tte competition in Virgima, Sawyer feels, 
ta the test, and tbat's all any long distance man could 
ask for. 



Cavaliers take nose-dive 



"I'm runnii^ in tte fastest state in the country 
thta year," te says, "We've had so many records 
broken this year it's pitiful. 
IRigM _npw school _ doesn't interest me a b it," 



Sawyer «dds cheerfully, his eye already on college 
neit tall. "If I get my time down I might get a biU 
scholarship." He ta a little disgusted with college 
track recruiters, timugb. "Everyone waste to wait 
till you're through nming." 

Sawyer bas his eye on Virginta Tech, in Btacks- 
burg, because, as te says of ita distance from home 

'The distance kid is different, 
he's not like a football player, 
not that kind of athlete. The 
nature of the boy is different. 
He's more intelligent, generally 
high up in his class.' 
-- Kem|»vi lie track coach Don 
DeSarro 

and "the scenery out ttere is just fantastic." So 
many Kempsville stwlenta attend tte school, says 
Sawyer, that it's known locally as "Kempsville Col- 
lege." 

"This year my goal ta la tte mile. I'm positive 
it's my test event," te 4ays. "I'm trying for some- ■■ 
thing lite a 8ub-4:12." He adds with a grin, "But 
I'll take anything imder 4:18." 

Coach DeSarro has obviously set higter gotta 
for hta charge as Sawyer nears tte end of his scte- 
lastic career (w the cinder track. 

Says Sawyer, grw^ingly livt with temor about his 
coach-friend, "He's leandng his stuff.:..." 



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Bayside, Kempsville stay on winning track 



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'Tuns a busy we^ for Beaab baseball squads, 
though tte games ptayed taciuded a aumter of make- 
np games from m-evious rain-outs. Coach Don van 
Benschoten's Princess Ame nine suffered terrentan 
luck, losing three of their raatch-qw ta a row. 
Beach fortunes when ptayed against those of tte 
Noriolk pretender were generally on tte down-swing. 

April 14 saw two games oa taip. Van Beaachotea's 
suMenly impotent PA squad dropped a 2-1 decision 
to Lake Taylor. Junior Billy Cap|» lost his first 
start of tte season droi^ing to a 2-1 chart. But 
both squads committed three errors each ta tte 
defensive contest. Capps went tte distance, 
ing three hits to tte victors. 

Maury and Keitam squared off tte same day, bat 
W^me Sykes' sqiad still seem to te suffering from 
a lack of pre-season practice diK to wet weatter. 
Tte Knigtts (^ramitted three errors, dropping tte 
game, 4-1. Soptomore Barry McLaughlin g(rt tte loss, 
tboogb Maury's batters wnt hitless. Tte Kn^tts 
pomded out two thta Uta to no avail. 

April 16 saw Ted Pbelps' Patriota avenge an early 
season loss to Cox by upendiq; tte Falcons, 6-5. 
Seator Mike Gurley had to relieve junior ace Jim 
Lackey ta tte flial inniag, bat a trio ofFaleoa 
errors gave tte game to First Col<«ial. Gurley 
got tbe wta and goes up 2-1. Brad Bakelaar totric 
his first loss on tte s«ison. 

Terry Morton's Bayside team still bucking for a 
district title, st<^)ped Granby in tte b(4tom ot Oe 
seventh on a walking spree Iqr the Comet pitcter 
Tte Marlins collected nine MU on tte aftemo(n, 
however, and tteugh both teams also rolled 19 tte 
errors, Marty Moore g(^ Oe win. Us first on tte 



On Thursday, Cot gave ita cotch torn Flder 1 
to hope byoverwtelmi^ftxAerT.,8-l,ontte flve-Ut 



pttehlng of senior Barry Noe. Falcon left fielder Donnie 
Fett got Coi going witb a walk that he turned into 
tbree steals and a run for tte tome team. Junior 
cMeter Jcrta Koehler pounded out two hita to aid the 
FakoBS ta tl^ir effort. 

Despite a grand stam blast ta tte qpening inning by 
third baseman Terry Sawyer, Kellam stalled PA tte 
r^ <tf tte contest and collected seven bits to beat the 
CavaUers, 5-4, on the three-hit pitching of junior ace 
Jim Henley. Henley, wte collected his secMul wta 
afalnst one loss, gave 19 but one hit to tte starved 
CavaUers after tte first inning. 

Friday was tte busy day arouiKi the Beach as far 
as teseball was cotKemed, and despite threatening 
eloads aad high winds, there were no canceltations 
la tte state of regutar district contesta. 

At Cox, Ray Barlow's Kempsville team feasted 
OB Falcm iritcter Brad Bakelaar for seven runs 
la three imings to roll to a 7-0 shutoirt win. Tte 
flrtt CUel boi^r poumled oat a double, and things got 
no b^er for tte Falcon ntae after flat. Kempsville's 
Kevta &nlth btasted a two- run tomer ttet cleared 
tte foottaU stadium and put the Chiefs ahead to stay. 
Seator tarler B(Aby Harrison posted his Uiird straight 
wta against no losses ta tte Chief victory. 

Aaoiter city pitching ace, Bayside's Moore, also 
recMd«i Us Wrd wta oa tte young season, allowii^ 
^M (Me bit and goiat tte distance as tte Marlins 
beat Mur?, 4-0. Hocwe liMed 15 batters ta tte 
co^st, wUle Bayside sluisers scattered e^ht hits 
to|acettewta. 

Tte remainder itf tte three games 00 tap Friday 
saw First Cotatel, Kellam aad Princess Anne all 
drop dectaleaa to Horiitt schools. Tim CaUU lost bis 
RnA atotfM a KeDaa barter, losing to Lake Taylor, 
•-S. Tte itb^Us ccaiaitttad four errors « rorte to 
ttekas. 




Chief sl t^SH^r Kevin Smitti 02^ blasts 
a home run ^at cleared the Cox foot- 
ball stadiiMfn and helped his squad to 
a 7-0 district victory over ttie Fal- 



pM»- by Keve Bb»do 



cons Frittay.^ Falcwi catcher John Koe- 
chler braces for the bail ttiat never 
arrived. 



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A-6 - The Sni, April 23. I97S 



Despite weaiher, errors 



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Cox baseball: things seem to be looking up 



By STEVE BIONDO 
Su Staff Writer 



Sitting in the coach's dressing room in a musty 
comer of Cox stadium, Falcon baseinll mentor 
Tom ' Fisher surveyed the misfortunes piling up 
against his team - now 3-3 overall in 1975 - and 
pondered why a squad with such excellent potential 
should be faced with more than its share of "out- 
rageous fortune." 

"In my six years here," he said, "this has l)een 
my most frustrating. Right now we're just strug- 
gling along. The enthusiasm has kept iq>, twtit seems 
as though we've been doing nothing very good." 

Coach Fisher was contemplating Cox's 10 errors 
against Kellam two weeks ago- "I was completely 
disillusioned,", he says, adding that only six of the 
errors were mercifully reported - and to add to his 
trouble, senior mound ace Bill Hogsed brake his 
pitching arm last week in a freak skate board ac- 
cident. 

We're going to get the coach out there to pitch," 
joked a student team manager. 

Coach Fisher did not laugh. 



But pitching has not been the real pnAlem on 
the Cox squad this season. Rather, it has been the 
inconsistent fielding and streak hitting that has put 
Falcon hc^s temporarily oi ice. 

With Hogsed out for two weeks in his cast, Fisher 
can still depend on senior ace Mark Hodges and jim- 
iors Brad Bakelaar and Jack Ferrell to stifle enemy 
plate of^sition. Bakelaar, howeeOr, was the Friday 
victim of a visit by Coach Ray Barlow's 1974 
district nmaers-up Kempsville. The Chiefs unloaded ^ 
on the junior hurler in the Hrst three innii^s, 
scoring all of their seven runs, two on a two-nm 
home run blast by Kempsville's Kevin Smith. 

The game ended in a 7-0 two-hit shut out victory 
for Chief senior pitcher ,3obby Harrison, who n^pei 
his record to 3-0. The Falccms recorded three er-*' 
rbrs in the loss. . -. ? 




'In my six years here 
this has been my 
most frustrating. 
Right now we're just 
struggling along. The 
enthusiasm has kept 
up, but it seems as 
fliough we've been 
doing nothing very 
good.' 



FISHER 



"Pretty good game, wasn't it?" grunted reliever 
Barry Noe, a left-hander, after the contest. Noe 
owns the best record on the Cox pitching staff 
at 2-0, and has been gaining a reputation for winning 
his own games. The senior hurler blasted a triple 
against Princess Anne that copped a 9-7 victory 
for the Falcons two weeks ago, st(qq)ing the Cavaliers 
who were on a thri^-game winning, streak at that 
p^Bt 

"Noe came in relief in that one," says Coach 
Fisher, noting that the Cox player's most valuable 
assets have become his game-saving and pinch- 
hitting. "Four out of bis five hits have been pinch 
hits," says Fisher of Noe, who has five runs-batted- ' 
in to his credit. 

But besides such early season setlncks. Coach 
Fisher has a number of bright spots to be thankful 
for, rays of light that include third Inseman Mike 
Bowman - a transfer from First Colonial last year - 
and senior outfielder Donnle Fett. 

"Fett walked, stole second, stole third and then 
stole home j«ainst Booker T.," Fister nodded ap- 
provingiy remembering the 6-1 Cox victory against 
the^Bookers April 17. "fiowman went one for three. 



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narchs. Eubank kept a 3.55 
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He had no extra base hits, but he had a good itay. 
(Mark) Hoc^es hit a triple with bases loaded for us, 
pinch-hitUng twice." 

But despite the obvious (ttsappolntments of the 
early season, there is no mood of gloom hailing 
over Cox's dugout. 

"I still say that we've g(rt a good tnn," maio- 
tains Noe. "We've been sort t^ back and forth, tut 
it's been that way all year. Everybody's hitting. 
We're going to do a good job this year." 

Senior second baseman Matt Payne agrees. "We're 
averaging ovjr six runs a game," be says. "I tUnk 
we're a real good hitti^ team. We only lad three 
hits against First Colonial, but they all came at the 
right time." 

The qdrit on the sqaui is one at rejuvenation, 
and tiie name that comes vp most often in the dis- 
cussions is that of Coach Fisher. 

"With the kind of coach Mr. FUher is we can beat 
anybody," says Payne. "I wouldn't have |dayed for 
any other coach. I wouldn't have learned as much 
from anybody else. The things he instilled in us 
are showing up this year." 

"He's just got that way about him," agrees Noe. 
"He's always told us the main thing is to have a 



good Ume. We're not pressured. You're out ttere to 
play and have a good time. There's no dissension 
on the team. It's like everybody's a big famUy." 

A good number of the varsity Cox players have 
been togettier in various tnseball organizations, either 
school or summer leagues, for five or six years 
now. Ttat is the same experience of playing together 
which has made Kempsville such a regional power, 
and now Cox is kxddng forward to reaping similar 
results, 

"Everybody on this team played together in Bahe 
Ruth (league)," says Noe. "In the next few years 
Cos baseball is going to be good. The program i* 
bidldlDg qp nicely." 

Bid for Coach Fisher, who must cope with a top 
pitcher out for two weeks and the problem of fun- 
neling his team's spirit into a winnian stmk, 
the season is here and now and be cannot escape 
it. The first thii% Fisher does each morning, he 
says, is check Uie weather, a factor he feels has 
been instrumental in <teciding Cox's fortunes in the 
early season by virtue of a lack of playing time. 

But, says Payne, "We come a long way since 
10th grade. The mistakes we've made, we ain't 
g<^ to m«ke them agalAs." 



ODU tennis 
clinics set 



'Old Dominion University 
is sponsoring a series of 
tennis clinics for women, 
boys and girls in May and 
June to be taught at the 
college's indoor and out- 
door courts by former var- 
sity tennis coach AITatem. 

The women's tennis cU- 
nic is scheduled for May 
5-9, to be during the day 
from 9:30 to 12:30. The 
boy's camp is set for June 
16-20, from 1 to 4 p.m. 
all days. On June 23, the 
girl's clinic commences a 
five-day period. All girl's 
classes will be from 1 to 
4 p.m. 



Coach Tatem, who was 
ODU 's varsity coach from ~ 
1960 to 1973 and is a for- 
mer tennis pro at the Nor- 
folk Yacht and Country 
Club, will stress funda- 



couraged to advance as ra- 
pidly as their potential al- 
lows. The clinic will fu- 
ture video tape replays, 
so that players may cto- 
serve their form and cor- 
rect mistakes. 



Applications for the cli- 
nis are available from the 
Bounty-Rainbow Prognm 
office at ODU. For fur- 
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Princess Anne sophomore Rosemary 
Holloman crosses Ihe finish line to 
win the 880 relay for her squad. The 
action came April 16 at Princess Anne, 
where the lady Cavaliers posted a 64- 
42 track victory over First Colonial. 

Umpire's Softball 
tourney scheduled 



Tidewater's first amnal 
Umpire's AssociatlMScA- 



ball tounanentwlllfaeMay 
3-4 at Princess Anne Park 
in Virginia Beach. 

Tl» entry fee for teams 
registered with the Ameri- 
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(ASA) will be ISO. Any team 
wishing to enter which is 
not currently a member 
of the ASA will be charged 
a $65 registration fee. All 
entrants are guaranteed at 
least three games. 

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Baseball 

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Graabjr at KeOara 

Bajnlde at Booker T. WasUttoo 

Pint (^lonial irt KMHpndlte 

Lak« Ta]rta- tf Coi 

Kep^iTUlt Jtntor at teysUe Joiior 

Lyudttvn JmAh* at Prteeess Amm Jnalor 

Virgida BMdi lii^r at Plau Ju^or 

T Miday 

PiiacMt Asm at Uamj 

Cm at NiH^ew 

KeUamiU ItaBiirrtlte 

Firat CokMtal at Btiniite 

Bajrside J«dor at tadepeateBM Jmior 

Plan Jimior at Lynrtavee Jmior 

PriKes$ Anne Jnior at VirfJaia Beach Aarior 

Golf 

Thvsday 

KeUan, Mniew and Lake Taylw at Oena View 

Bafstte, Coi, Graabjr. Booker T. WaddKton aad 

Mattry at Stnopy Lake 

KenpsrUle, First Colonial and Princess Anne at 

Redviac 

Twaday 

City golf tooraameBt wltk First Colonial as the kost 

team at Redwing 



Boy '8 Tennis 

Friday 

KeUamatUanry 

First C<A»ial at KenpsfiU* 

Bayskte at Princess Aue 

Coi at Graalqr 

Tnesday 

KempsTiUe at llanry 

Kellam at Bayaide 

Booker T. Waskiafton at Princess 

Coi at Lake Taylcn- 



Girl's Tennis 

Friday 

Bayside at First Cokxrial 

Kellam at Cra 

Kempsville at Princess Anne 

Tnesday 

Bayside at Coi 

Princess Anne at First Colonial 

KefflpsTiUe at IMlam 

Boy^eT r a dc ^^— ^ 

Today 

KempsTiUe at llaory 

Norvlew at KeUam 

Grantiy at Princess Amw 

Bayside at First Cokaiat "^ 

Coi at Bo(*«r T. IhaUai^ 



Results 

Baset»all 

A^U 14 

Lake Taylor 2, Princess Anne 1 

Maary 4, Kellam 1 

A^llll 

Bayside 7, Granby 6 

First Colonial 6, Coi 5 

Thanter 

Kellam S, Princess Anne 4 

Coi 6, Boc^r T. WasUn{toa 1 

Friday 

Morriew 7, First Col<»lal 2 

Bo<rt»r T. Waskingtm 3,T»rincess Anne 2 

Lake Taylor 6, KeUam 5 

Baj^ide 4, Maary 

KeBH»yUle 7, Coi 

Track 

AyriTu 

Kellam 19, Lake Taylor 37 

Bayslite 111, Booker T. Waskington 24 

Princess Anne 76, Coi 60 

Homew 73, First Colonial 63 



Girl's Track 

AprUl* 

Princess Aane 64, First Colonial 42 



Boy's Tennis 

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Princess Anne 6, Kempsville 3 

Firri Ddonial «, Lake Taylor 1 

Ronriev S, Bayside 1 

Friday 

KeBHWTiUe 7, KeUam 2 



Girl's. Tennis 

i^iril 1« 

First Colonial 7, PrUicess Aane 2 

Friday 

Princess Aane 5, First Colonial 4 



Golf 



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Kempsville 318, KeUam 327, Bayside 331, Coi 347, 

at Bow Creek. 

Fir^-Colaiial-^^SS^ Booker t. Washingon -381^ 



Girl's Track 

Today 

KeUam at Bayside 

First Colonial at KempsvUle 

Princess Aue at Coi 



Boy's Gymnastics 

Saturday 

SecUonal meet at SoUoos Jaaior Higk School ia 

Ifidlothiaa, Va. 



Junior High Track 

Today 

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The Eastern District track seasm, now beading into 
tbe home stretch with just a single dual meet date left 
on the schedule, last week saw KeUam and Bayside 
continue with the,ir string of district victories by clob- 
bering Norfolk rivals Lake Taylor and Booker T. Wash- 
ington, respectively. Princess Anne, coached by 
George Vesprille, celebrated with a dual meet win 
over Cox, trat First Colonial was forced to down a 
bitter pill at the hands of a strong Norview squad, 
76-63. . 

Bayside just keeps rolling along, but last April 16 
the Marlins steam-rollered Norfolk onxment Booker 
T., to the tune of a 111-24 score. Bayside's pranier 
sprinter Jerry Mosley, back from a bamstrlag pull 
sufiered in February, copped three indlvldnal events 
to pace his squad in the win. Mosley ran a 10.3 second 
11 and finished first in the 220 and the ling jump. Steve 
Bisbing won the intermediate hurdles witti a time ot 
42.8 seconds. He and Mosley were joined by team- 
mates John Wynn and Mike McConnell in the weight 
events -- Wynn winning in the shot put and UcComeD 
in the discus events -- while sophomore Norman Bill - 
ups grabbed first place in the high jump with a l^ip 
of 5 feet, 10 inches. Clinton Dozey and Mike Harring- 
ton tied for first in pole vault. Eacb cleared tbe 12 
foot mark in their respective jumps. 

Kellam jumped all over Lake Taylor by a 99-37 
score. Danny Hill and football teammate Mark De- 
laney dominated the weight events. Hill to<dc the shot 
put competition - with a toss of 48 feet, 5 incl 



Uelaney finished first in tbe discus with a throw of 
132 feet, 6 inches. 

Knight performer Dave Zorin claimed a school re- 
cord in the triple jump when he leaped 44 feet, 11 
inches. Tbe previous school record of 44-9 had been 
set by Zorin's teammate Jeff Henry two weeks be- 
fore. 

Henry grabbed first in the intermediate hurdles 
with a time of 44.7 seconds, then tied teammate 
Brian Conly for the high jump competition.' Both 
placed with 6-0 efforts. 

At Princess Anne, Cox took it on tbe chin by 
a 16-point margin, dropping the dual meet to the 
Cavaliers by a 76-60 score. PAs Ronnie Spells 
finished first in the high hurdles and intermediate 
hurdles to help pace his squad to the win. Sprinter 
Jesse Williams also won two events for the Cava- 
liers. Tbe senior runner posted a 23.4 second time 
is the 220, and his time of 10.4 seconds in the 100 
was good enough for a first place win. For the Fal- 
cons, Brian Diagnault won the discus competition 
with a toss of 114 feet, 10 inches. 

First Colonial stayed even with Norview in tbe 
running evrats, but tbe Pilot's outdistanced the 
Patriots in the jumping and weight events. Senior , 
Russell Meyer put away the discus event with a throw 
of 132 feet, 7 Inches. First Colonial's 880 relay 
squad, led by footballers Ron Zolllcoffer and Jerry 
Onhaizer, won that event with a team effort timed at 
1:32.4. It was tbe third dual meet loss for the Pa- 
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Sensibility 

to measure 

'triangle' 



tnlorcement of Virpnia 
Beacb's new "Tisibility 
triangle" at intersections 
will be tempered with com- 
mon sense, according to 
U)ning enforcement officer 
Pat Janazeck. 

Alttiougti some worried 
property owners called the 
city's Zoning Administra- 
tion Bureau to find out if 
trees, fences and prized 
azalea busbes would have 
to come down, Janazeck 
said there were "not as 
many (calls) as we anti- 
cipated." 

Most citi^ns simply 
want to know what the new 
law means. 

According to planner 
Rhys Kear, tlw "visibility 
triangle" is Uie area at 
intersections which must 
not obstruct the view of 
approacMHK motorists. 



The "nsJWlitjf triangle 
prohibits obstrvctioiis to 
the space betveen two and 
one-half feet aad eight feet 
above ground. 

Property owners can 
calculate the area of the 
triangle themselves tqr 
me>surii« "legs ' of the 
imaginary triangle tor S) 
feet in etch direction from 
the intersection and then 
using a third line to join 
the legs to create the tri- 
angle. 

For driveways, legs of 
the visibility triangle will 
be only 10 feet. 

In most cases, the city 
owns the first 10 feet of 
the right-of-way anyway, 
Janazeck reported, lessen- 
ing the amount of private 
pn^rty affected by tte 
triai^le. 



Lslstii^ structures, 
such as fences, walls and 
hmses, are not affected 
by the new requirement, 
Janazeck reported, unless 
they create a severe traf- 
ttc hazard. 

As for existing shrub- 
bery and trees, the ques- 
tion will be whether they 
obstnxrt the motorists' 
view. 

Kear said the law may 
force some property own- 
ers to cut back bushes 
or to prune low limbs from 
trees, tHit be said the new 
ordinance will be sensibly 
enforced,, 

"We see a lot of busbes 
that have been permitted 
to grow too high," he pre- 
dicted, "ai«l people will 
be asked to cut them back." 

Virginia Beach began 
vorUw on the visibility 



triai^le requirement root* 
than six months ago. bat 
Kear said no iMirticular 
situation triggered the pro- 
posal. 

"It's been a problem (or 
a long time," be reported. 
"People pot unbelievable 
things right iq) to the cor- 
ner, such as eight-foot fen- 
ces " which block moto- 
rists' view when they ap- 
proach an intersection. 

The law is not really 
directed, at e:(isting struc- 
tures, the plawer ex- 
plained, but it will pre- 
vent the creation of c*- 
structions in the fntnre. 

The visibility triangle 
will be enforced on a com- 
plaint basis, and it also 
will be applied (or to plans 
and permits for future pro- 
jects, Kear reported. 



Developer files 

suit to retrieve 
school site fee 




Appeal expected 



Star gazer 



A project which took a close look at the 
stars and planets won a first piace cup 
TorffrcharaWossTraTth grader/ a 
Matthews School science fair at the 
school, 3316 Sandra Lane, Virginia 
Beach, Thursday and Friday. 



Attorneys representing 
Loi« Creek property own- 
ers say thi^ plan to ap- 
peal a $12,1S4 Jud- 
gment handed down in Vir- 
ginia Beach Circuit Court 
suit Friday against the city 
which originally asked (or 
$3 million. 

Owners claim that dred- 
ging o( the Long Creek 
Canal along their property 
triggered extenilve-sbore- 
line erosion. 

The salt asked (br the 
city to pay (or rejairs 
to the shoreline and to rei- 
mburse 12 property own- 
ers for the allegied decrea- 
ses In property values cau- 
sed by the erosion. 

The group was re- 
presented by Fine, Fine, 
Legum and Fine, a Beach 
law firm, and Norfolk at- 
torney Harrjr McCoy help- 
ed the city attorney's ot- 
fice deiend Virginia Beach 
in GarmoD vs. Virginia 
Beach. 

McCoy argMd that pro- 
perty owners had not pur- 
chased their properht be- 
(ore 1965 when tte Army 
Corps o( EaflBccring 
dre^ed the waterway tor- 
boating, and be also con- 
tended that some o( the 
homeowners' property 
doubled in value despite 
the erosiiw problem. 



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When the State Corporation Commission of Virginia 
holds its hearings on April 28 and 29. ..some 23 tele- 
phone companies. 30 sewer companies, 1 6 gas com- 
panies, 8 electric companies and 1 5 electric co-opera- 
tives may be affected by the ultimate decision. Whether 
or not these companies will have the right to advertise 
will be the ultimate outcome of the hearings. When ad- 
vertising expenses represent only a minute portion of 
any utility's operations, do you think it fair for the SCO 
to decide to keep YOU — the customer — ignorant of 
company policies and innovations that can be nr^^i 
known to you through advertising? If it is decided that 
utility advertising should cease, then how — for 
example — will utilities be able to inform you of the fol- 
lowing; 

• What times are most economical for long distance 
phone calls? 

• How can water companies help you conserve water? 

• How can you get maximum efficiehcy from your gas 
furnace? 

Is this FAIR? Is this FAIR to YOU — ^as a consumer? Re- 
stncting a company's right to advertise is tantamount to 
restricting their freedom of the press. If you — as a con- 
sumer — do not want to lose the nght to know — through 
advertising— vote now to keep the privilege of public 
utility advertising. Don't let the SCC become a Super 
Board of Directors for every utility company in the state 
of Virginia. Vote now! 



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A Northern Vii^lnia de- 
velopment firm has filed 
suit against the City of 
Virginia Beach to re- 
claim $17,000 paid to the 
city as a school site ac- 
quisition (ee when the com- 
pany planned to build a 
residential condominium 
development ^.^Jere last 
year. 

At that Ume, the cUy 
|sked residential develo- 
pers either to set aside 
land (or a scIh)oI. site or 
pay a (ee calculated by a 
(onnula based on the num- 
ber o( planned units, bed- 
rooms and other criteria. 
It is not now a part o( 
city policy. 

The Ye<»as Corp. o(Ar- 
LdCton paid a 117,000 fee 
under protest when it was 
issuM a building permit 
(or the construction o( 302 
condominium units on a 25- 
acre site on Locke Lane 



near the Intersection o( 
KenpsviUe and Providence 
Roads. 

Because o( delays in be- 
ginning construction, the 
company requested refunds 
(or the building permit and 
school site acquisition 
fees. The (ee (or thebuiW- 
ing permit was reiunded, 
but their request (or the 
school site (ee was denied. 

"It's not a natter o( 
money. It's a matter o( 
priiiciple," said Leonard 
Booth, a Yeonas Corp. o(- 
flclal, in a telephone in- 
terview with The Sun. "We 
don't (eel the city has a 
legal right to charge such 
afee. It's improper." 

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Pomp, ceremony and even a little 
glitter accompanied 650 Virginia Beach 
Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training 
Corps cadets as they performed man- 
euvers for Rear Admiral R. E. Rumble, 
commandant of the Fifth Naval District, 
at the annual NJROTC Field Day Thurs- 
day at Little Creek Naval Amphibious 
Base. 

Top right, the color guard for Kemps- 
ville Hi^ School's drill team stands 
at attention (left to right): David Mc 
Farland, sophomore, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Thomas G. McFarland, 5513 El- 
gin Road; Steve Stephenson, a senior 
v^o has an appointment to the U.S. 
Naval Academy, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Parks E. Stephenson, 813 Meighan Drive; 
Gary Phelps, sophomore, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Gary Phelps, 1008 Pine For- 
est Court; David Lockwood, sophomore, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Lock- 
wood, 1140 Orkney Drive, and David 
Fagan, sophomore, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
William Fagan, 813 Churchill Drive. 

Below, Rumble salutes the color guard 
from First Colonial High, v^ile an 
"at ease" catches Kempsville NJROTC 
queen Marlene Moore, a 9th grader at 
Kempsville ^nior and daughter of Cmdr. 
and Mrs. Roland W. Moore, 517 Ben 
Hogan Drive, looking for an friend in 
a crowd of observers at tfte edge of 
the marching field. 

Cadets from Cox High School marched 
off with top honors, the Capt. C. E. 
Caton award for excellence, for ttie 
second year in a row. 




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FOR THE FUTURE 



TODAY 



FRIDAY 



HOLLAND POSTER CONTEST 

Certificates and cash prizes will be awarded to 
winners in the anti-litter poster contest sponsored 
in Holland Elementary Sclwol by Princess Anne 
Plaza Garden Club today at 9:30 a.m. in the school 
cafetorium. Children changing cycles are requested 
to return Wednesday morning to receive their priies. 

First place winners are: 7th grade, Rodel Henry; 
6th grade, Steve Spain; 4th grade, Lauren Nemec 
and 1st grade, Kelly Maale. 

Second place winners are: 7th grade, Gary Brink; 
5th grade, Connie Shilt; 4th grade, Kim Johnson; 
2nd grade, Matthew WoUett and 1st grade, Karen 
LaLonde. 

Third place winners are: 7th grade (tie) Sandy 
Fullmar and Tommy Heidar; 6th grade, Karen Voe- 
Iker; 5th grade (tie) Lisa Beightol and Jeffery Spain; 
4th grade, Chris Krebs; and 2nd grade, John Snyder. 



PHI KAPPA PHI 

Deborah Lynn McNulty, a Virginia Beach resident, 
is one of 32 students who will be initiated into the 
naUonal honor society of Phi RaH>a Phi today ^ 
Longwood College in Farmville, Va. 

She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iteniel J. 
McNulty, and a 1971 gra(hiate of Kempsville High 
School. 

SCiK)LARSHlP WiUSE 

Ground breaking for the 1975 Virginia Beach Schol- 
arship House sponsored by the Tidewater Builders 
Association will be 11 a.m. today at Country Place 
at Green Run. The 1975 Scholarship House will be 
constructed by Carroll W. Kennedy and proceeds 
;will be used for TBA's scholarship fund. 



: THURSDAY 



i PTA DOmER MEETING 

:: The Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers, 

' ■ Tidewater District, will conduct its annual dinner 

meeting Thursday at Washington High School, Nor- 

.' folk. Registration l>egins at 5:45 p.m. and dlimer 

: will be served at 6:30 p.m. The general meeting 

• will start at 8 p.m. George O. Thompson, first vice- 

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RETREAT DEDICATION 

A Fleet Retreat Center to be used for religious 
retreats and semiffiirs by Army and Na»y pers«»ei 
in the Tidewater area will be dedicated 2 p.m. 
Friday at St. Theresa's Chapel, Atiairtic Aveime 
and I4th Street on Ft. Story. 

YO-YO CONTEST 

A yo-yo contest will be sponsored ^ tte Virgiiia 
Beach Department of Parks and Recreation 4 p.m. 
Friday at the Lynnhaven Elementary School Play- 
ground, 210 Dillon Drive. 



SATURDAY 



BDtCHWOOD FLEA MARKET 

The Birchwood Civic Leagt.e's comrauOty flea 
market sale will be Saturday at Eramanud Lrth- 
eran Church from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Procee<te from 
the sale will be used for community projects. To 
reserve spaces, contact league president Craig Tyr- 
rell, 340-1135, or Hank Leiblein, 340-35M. 

WWDSCMl WOODS CARNIVAL 

The Windsor Woods Elementary School PTA will 
sponsor a carnival rain or shine 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Saturday at the school. Events include games, a cam- 
try store, bake sale and refreshment booths. Pro- 
ceeds will be used for PTA school projects. 

ARTS AMD CRAFTS SALE 

Sigma Rho chapter of Epsilon Sgma Alplia inter- 
national will qionsor an arts and crafts sale Sat-. 
BTday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Town and Country 
Shopping Center, 3900 George WashiagtoB Highway. 

Proceeds from the entry registration fee will 
benefit Tidewater Association for Retarded Citizen's 
(TARC) Holiday House, a resi(tentlal bcility for 
mentally retarded and emotionally disturbed people 
of Portsmouth and the surrounding area. 

For entry information call Mrs. Charles Pettee 
at 488-2390 or Mrs. Craig Strieter at 499-1726. 

DDOELAND JAZZ CONCERT 

The Chesapeake Bay Bearcats will perioral a Dixie- 
land Jazz Concert, free to the public 11 a.m. to 
1 p.m., Saturday at Princess Anne Junior High School 
on S^ board Road, Virginia Beach. 



CHARmr DANCE 

Beta Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi S<wority 
is sponsoring a dance on Saturday aj the Knights 
of Columbus HaU, 211 West Ckjvernment Ave.. Nor- 
folk. Proceeds from the danoe,' the second annual 
"Sprii^ Fling'- mW benefit the emergMcy coronary 
care program in Virginia Beach. Dotations are ft 
per coi4>le, with set-ups included. Tldtets may be 
purchased from members of Beta Alpha or at the 
door. For further information call 481-5075, 497- 
3676 or 460-0775. Dress for the dance is semi- 
formal. Music is by "The Lamplight^s". 



SUNDAY 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST "HOMECOMING* 

K«npsvUle Baptist Church will celebrate its 161st 
birthday with a "Homecoming" on Sunday. The day 
will begin with Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. fol- 
lowed by the 11 a.m. worship service. 

Dinner will be a covered dish served. Followed 
by a program of special events. 

PUPPET THEATRE 

The Tidewater Dinner Theatre will present "The 
Frog Prince' Sunday at 1 p.m. Tickets are J1.25 
for children under 16 and |1.75 for adults. For 
reservations, call ttO-0933. 

ESA BDCE RIDE 

Tidewater chapters of ESA International, incK'«- 
ing Beta Kaj^ of Virginia Beach have set a goas 
of 15,000 to help a national drive to collect $1 mil - 
lion for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 
in a bike hike Sumky between 1-5 p.m. 

Volunteers are securing sponsors tot the 15- 



Rudy & Kelly 

of Tidewater 

Introduces A Most 

Talented Staff At 

College Park Square 



mile ride. Information and sponsor lists are avail- 
able at area sctools, ODU, Skate-a-Rama and Col- 
lege Park aatii« Rink. If enough riders from one 
locaticn request transportation it can be arranged 
by calling Mrs. B. Morse at 481-7449. The bike 
ride will begin and end at Hickory Elementary School 
on Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake. 

PARACHUTE DEMtHfSTSATKNI 

The U.S. Navy Parachute Demonstration Team at 
Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base will conduct 
free-fall parachute demonstrations 1 Sunday af- 
ternoon at the Norfolk Naval Air Station Open House 
Air Show. 

WESTERN Rmra'S HORSESHOW 

The Tidewater Western Rider's Horseshow will 
be 2 p.m. &inday at the Princess Anoe Horse Ring. 

SENK» CmZERS PiUiTY 

The Aragcot Community Recreation Center invites 
Arag(na-Pembndce senior citice&s to a "Get Ac- 
quainted" party Sunday at 2 p.m. at the center, 
5« DeLaon Lane in Aragona Village. There wUl 
be moslc and refresbmenta. Call 499-3232 or 490- 
1726 fbr tavoqnrtation. 

!f(«FOLK CHAMBER CONSORT 

Thoous N. Rice, a Vlrgima Beach composer, will 
eondiKt one of his own works Sunday at the Nor- 
folk Chamber Consort 3 p.m. at Chrysler Museum. 
The program will begin 3 p.m. 

ODU CBOm. CONCERT 

Old Dominion University Concert Choir will per- 
form at 3:30 p.m. April 27 at St. Francis Epis- 
ccvtl Clmrch, 509 Rosemont Road. Admission is 
free. 

PLANETARIUM 

"^mce Accomplishments", the April program of 
the Vir^nia Bench Piddle Schools^ Plaoetarinn, will 
be presented at 7 p.m. Siraday at the piaaetariuin 
in Plata Junior High School, 3080 8. Lynnkaven 
Road. Admission is free. For reservations, lAooe 
486-1871. 

CHURCH FILM 

"The Gospel RsaA," a film by Jolmny Cash and 
Us wife, Jime Carter Cash, will be shown at the 
Charity United Methodist Church, 3199 Charity Neck 
J(oad,4rirginia^ Beach, on Sunday evening, at 7. 



J^ND AY 



MID-ATLAHTIC GOLF TCWRHAMEMT 

Virginia's Pro-Am Mid-AtU^c Golf Tournament 
wUl b^in 9 a.m. M(»iday at the Red Wing Golf 
Course, Virginia B^ch. 

RED CROSS BLOODMOBILE 

The Ocean Park Woman's Club Red Cross vol- 
unteers will man a bloodmobile from 9 a.m. to 
2 p.m. Monday at Virginia Wesleyan College. 



TUESDAY 



NAVAL AWARDS 

Rear Adm. Richard E. Rumble, president of the 
Hampton Roads Auxiliary, will be guest speaker 
at the Naval Relief Society awards luncheon Tues- 
day at 11:30 a.m. at the Commissioned Officers 
Mess, Naval Amphibious Base. Reservations are 
93.25 |»yable to COM. and should be mailed to 
Mrs. C.A.L. Swanson, 464 Pocohontas, Naval Station, 
Norfolk, Va. 23511. 

SUBURBAN WCMAN'S CLUB 

Past presidents and charter menbers of the Su- 
burban Woman's Clii) of Norfolk will be guests 
of honor at the organization's silver anniversary 
tea 2 p.m. TiMsday at the home of Mrs. T. Joseph 
McDonald, 4184 Ewell R(»d, Virginia Beach. 

The chd) has donated proceeds from its projects 
to Old Dominion University for the past 11 years, 
and in 1972 it began siq>portii« the Eastern Virginia 
Medical School. 

PLANETARIUM 

"Space Accomplishments," April'splanetarium pro- 
gram, will be shown 7 Tuesday ni^ at Pfaiza Jun- 
ior High School. (See Sunday's listing.) 



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TRANSCENDENTAL MEDTTATKHI 

John Stow, Vlif inia State Coordinatw of tte 
Wemational Meditation Society wUl five a lectnre 
on transcendental meditaUon 7:30 Ti^day dif^ at 
the Friends Meeting House, 1537 Laskin Road, Vlr- 
ginta B«iCh. There is no charge tor the program. 

MOWMEETniG ^ ^^ ^ 

"Barriers Are Falling" wiU be the theme bxc a 
MOWtfMobUity on Wheels) symposium '-W^M*- 
T^dn at the Tidewater RAaWlitaUon insUtirte, 
855 W. Brambleton Ave., Norfolk. Included on a 
panel will be Virginia Beach City Maaa^r Georg e 
HaidHiry and Del. Robert Washlagtoii of Nraldk. 



NEXT WEEK 



HANIHCAPPED C(MI¥ENTKMI 

Three members of the Virginia B«ich HaytB- s 
Committee <« Handicapped will attend a Uffee-day 
convertion April 30 to May 2 in Waskingtoo, D.C. 
00 emidoyment of the handicapped. Ctoirman Mar- 
garet Keister, co-chairman John HadfieM, and m«n- 
ber James Sears of Tidewater Community College 
will participate in "Help Us (^len Doors" at the Wash- 
ii«ton HUton. 

GARDEN TOUR 

The Virginia Beach Coonci! of Garden Clute and 
the C A P Telephone Co. will co-q>onsor a tour of 
the Norfolk Botanical Gardens May 1 for senior 
cttizens. Buses will leave Pembroke Mall 10:30 
a.m. 

BED CROSS ORTITUTE 

The Tidewater Chapter of the Americah Red 
Cross Weekend Institite wUl be May 2, 3 and 4 
at Camp W.W. Young In Chesapeake. Conrsn in- 
dode adraaced Ufesaviag basic sailing and bnsic 
canoeing, all for students 15 years and idder, in 
addition to first aid lectures. Cost for the weekend 
program is $15. For more information, call the Red 
press safety programs office at 625-6791. 



HOLLAMD ELEMEMTAST CARIOVAL 

Holland Elementary StAaoX 3340 Hotlaod Road, 
will hold its annual carnival on May 3 from 10 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. on the school groonds. There will be 
inises gtven away throughout the <tay to both parenta 
and chibtren. Clowns, craft Items, a coui^ sttre, 
apKe^vttt^aod a jaih compl e te wiMnherignre^te- 



duded in events. A Canine Corps demanrtraUoo is' 
sdieduled at 1 p.m. Rain date is May 17. 

SWDKiDiG SHTIES DANCE 

A "^lili^tit IKWe^ dMiKe «iU he 8 to 12 p.m. 
May 3 at the Pembroke Courts ApartmrtTs ^- 
creatloo Center, 700 Btock Frtars Drive, Virginia 
Beach. The program is sponsored by the Virginia 
Beach Junior Woman's Clubs. Dress will be casual, 
in 60's or 70's style, and prizes will be given to 
dance contest participants. Set-ups and siutcks will 
be provided. Tickets are ?5 a coiqile. For more 
itfn-matloo contact Faith Sullivan at 497-4719 or 
622-4»l. 

raURCH PLAT 

-We the Family," a ptay by the Family Service 
and Senrice/Travder's aid, will be 8 p.m. May 
4 at Our Sartor Lirtheran Church, «>0 Shore Drive. 
The program, sponsored by the Bayside Ecnmai- 
cal CouncU, will launch Chrlsttaa Home Week. 



—FOR WE RECORD— 



KDC's tauurr garden club 

The King's GraM Garden Cld> met A|Hil 10 at 
the tone of Betty Parker and then traveled to the 
borne of Fred Huete in Norfolk to tour his gardra. 
SUrley Hdtandsworth and Allura Shade were co- 
hostesses. 

Members are busy {daiting seeds and rooting ptaats 
fbr a sale to be held May 31 in Witt Park on King's 
Grant Road. . 

The slate <rf officers for neit year was approved 
and will be installed at tte May luiKheoo at the 
Pine Tree ba. 

yiRGDOA ASTROLOGICAL ASSOCUTIOR 

The Virgiua Astrological Associattan m^ Moaday 
at 8 p.m. at the Atlantic Permanent Savings and 
Loan Buildup. Dr. Dort^ Evelyn Stanley discus- 
sed her eHieriencK in Nazi Germany based on her 
novel "They Call It Courage." THe lecture wis il- 
lustrated by her astrdogical chart at the time of 
these events. 

SUBMARINES SERVICE 

' The secoBd annwl Memorial Service for all Sub- 
marinera' tost at sea was Satarday at the Destroy- 
er SriMuriM Pi«'s oa Hampton Boulevard. The 
service was conducts liy Chaplin Lawson, USN, 
and the memorial address was given Iqr Adm. J. 
C. Dempsey, USN Retired. 



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Slithering snakes 
pa trolnian's passion 



For Jimmi Bonavita, snake collecting isn't Just 
a hobby. It's a passion. 

The 22-year-old Virginia Beach police patrolman 
literally lives with his snakes, nearly JOO o^.thejo, 
in walL-ito-wall eac»s iD.l^;l>edroeMt^ lki«tc^|i^M>me 
tLp^rimtaA.'^ . .. ., ,- ... .^ "i ., ,.,iy 

Fortmiately, he added with a grin, a friend raises 
mice lor a bobby, and it only costs him about $60 
a month to keep his reptiles well fed. 

Occasionally, he'll supplement the diet of his boa 
CMistrictors with young chickens - live. 

But Bonavita is more than a collector. He's some- 
thing of a snake scholar, and eventually he bc^s 
to open his snake collection, which be believes may 
be the second largest in Virginia, to public exhibit. 

His collection includes nearly every snake that 
can be found on the East Coast, along with his prize 
pair of African Rock Pythons, which the Beach patrol- 
man hopes will breed this spring. 

He has boa constrictors from South America as 
well as specimens from Southeast Asia and a ccbn 
from India, along with a smattering of snakes from 
the western United States. 

Bonavita, who can trace his interest in reptiles 
back to the age of 3, says he learned to read by 
poring throi^h books about snakes. He has an ex- 
tensive library on the subject now, including the first 
txwk on refrfiles be ever owned. 

Why is he so interested in snakes that be devotes 
a healthy chunk of his paycheck to their sunwrt, 
as well as the several hours a day it takes to ke^ 
bis collection in good shape? 

''Pe<^le ask me this all the time," the young 
patrolman admitted. "I love snakes' uniqueness." 

Snakes in Bonavita's collection display a wide 
variety of colors and patterns, and he admits that 
he's fascinated by their olfactory sense, a com- 
bination of taste and smell which tbe snake uses 
to identify objects using raw nerves at the roof of 
its mouth. 

"Snakes are very misunderstood," be explained, and 
most persons have an irrational fear of the slinky 
creatures. 

It's for this reason that Bonavita asked The Sun 
not to reveal the location of his townhouse - and his 
reptile collection. He admits he's worried what 
the neighbors would say, although his snake-keeping 
is all perfectly legal. 

"I've always been a nonconformist," the patrol- 
man said, so the bad public image of snakes at- 
tracted him to the reptiles even more. "Everybody 
said don't touch, but they couldn't give me a reason." 



Now, he added, "I'm definitely an authority on itt 
but I really don't know a drop in the bucket." 

Many people are afraid of snakes, afraid that they'll 
be bitten or poisoned, but Bonavita explained that the 
reptiles are very i^ssive and wilf usually only at- 
tack to defend themselves. < '«^t' >-.>">n j ., u , . 

In fact, he added, most snake bites are what ex- 
perts call "ill^itiraate," caused when a snake is 
threatened by a person handling it. 

Bonavita, who has a large selection of venomous 
snakes, inclixiing a deadly cobra, also has a healthy 
respect for them - and a supply of serum in the 
refrigerator. 

He explained that he tries not to handle bis snakes. 
When he's cleaning their cages, be takes them out 
' of tbe cage using a long stick with a hook on the end 
and carefully drops them into a flour sack. 

Although he's never been bitten by a poisonous 
snake, "I've come as close as you can come," 
Bonavita admitted. 

The patrolman also has an appreciation of snakes' 
usefulness, especially to farmers. 

"If we didn't have reptiles," he explained, "we'd 
be waist-deep in rodents." A cat might catch a dozen 
mice or rats in a year, he said, but a snake consumes 
hundreds of rodents and has the advantage that it 
can raid underground nests. 

Pne of the snakes biggest enemies, Bonavita added, 
is the automobile. "People hit them on purpose, and 
it drives me up the wall. It's pure hatred (of snakes) 
ajid it's unfounded." 

But word about the snake's beneficial qualities 
is circulating, he added, and some farmers now 
ask snake collectors to take only the poisonous 
specimens l>ecause the others are needed. 

Bonavita, who gives lectures to schools and organ- 
izations on his snake collection, said the reptiles 
are a curiosity for many people, Imt he's proud of 
the way his snakes thrive in captivity. 

Snakes are terapermental, he explained, and fre- 
quently won't eat unless their living conditions are 
right. 

To provide the best climate for his collection, 
Bonavita keeps the temperature and humidity of his 
bedroom constant, and each snake cage is equipped 
with its own warming light.* 

If a snake is shy and likes to hide, the patrolman 
will add a hoUowed-out log to the cage. 

"But you'll never see me walking around with a 
snake around my neck," he asserted. "I feel more 
for tbe snake than that." 



Fargo 
engagement 



Jeanne Carlson of Vir- 
ginia Beach and Robert Fa- 
rgo of Falconer, N.Y., an- 
nounce the engagement of 
their daughter, Judith El- 
aine Fargo, to Mark E. 
Melquist, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert Melquist of 
Jamestown, N.Y. 

The bride-to-be is a 
1972 graduate of Kellam 
High School, and her fiance 
is a graduate of Fal|oner ^ 
High School. He ispresen- ^ 
tly employed as the mana- 
ger of Kentucky Fried Chi- 
cken in Lakewood, N.Y. 

A May 17 wedding is pla- 
nned. 



Rice 
engagement 



Mrs. Smith Van Kirk, 
Jr., 720Atlantic Ave., Vir- 
ginia Beach, announces the 
engagement, of her daugh- 
ter, Sandra Jeanne Rice, 
to Lee Thomas Helms, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 



Museum 
on wheels 
arrives 



Virginia Beach students 
will be able to visit a mo- 
bile science museum at Ke- 
mpsville Elementary 
School through May 1. 

The museum, with ex- 
hibits on space science and 
technology, is housed in a 
50-foot long van, Trans- 
Science I, (grated by the 
Science Museum of Vir- 
ginia. 

The mobile education un- 
it, which will sun>lement 
__classroom programs, has 
a domed projection area 
for studying satellites in 
the night sky. 

Trans-Science I will ap- 
en its doors to ike. public . 
duTMr its atop atlCemiiw^ 
ville Eleinentary, but a vis- 
iting schedule had not been 
announced in time for pu- 
blication. For information, 
call the school at 497- 
1563. 

The van, purchased from 
funds donated by United 
Virginia Bankshares, is on 
its third visit to Virginia 
B^ch. 




Library 
puppets 
to perform 



A puH>et show, "Tigger 
Comes to the Forest and 
Has Breakfast," will be 
part of the Saturday morn- 
ing children's program at 
tbe Virginia Beach branch 
of tbe library. 

The production, based on 
a story from "World of 
Pooh" by A. A. Milne, will 
begin at 10:30 a.m. 

"Stuart Little" Is sched- 
uled for the 50-minute film 
program immediately fol- 
lowing the {nqH>et show. 



Brides 



The Sun. April 23, 1975 - B-3 



Christopher Helnis of Lyn- 
chburg. 

Miss Rice was Miss Vir- 
ginia Beach in 1971 -72 and 
1972-73. 

The bride - to - be 
is a graduate of First Col- 
onial High School, and 
Longwood College in 
Farmville, Va. She is em- 
ployed as a teacher in 
Chesterfield County. 

The groom-to-be is a 
graduate of E. C. Glass 
High School and Hampton - 
Si&ey College, and was 
liste<lin Who's Who Among 
College and University 
students. He is presently 
a student at the Medical 
CoHege of Virginia. 

A June 28 wedding is 
planned. ^' 




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A THOUGHT 
FOR 
THE WEEK 

APRIL 23 1975 

THE PERFECT MAN 

The one perfect Man who 
ever lived died as a raw 
criminal at the hands of 
His own generation. In His 

See they insisted on re- 
sing a man (Barabbas), 
who was a traitor, sedi- 
tiooist, murderer. The nu- 
mber one criminal went 
scot-free, while the per- 
fect Man died on a cross. 
"Hereby perceive we the 
love of God, because be 
laid down his life for us." 
1 John 3:16. 




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OSDER 
VTOJIOTA: Of THE 
CLERKS ^FICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT OMJRT OF THE 

CITY OF vmcnoA 

BEACH, ON THE ISthDAY 
OF APRIL, 1975. 
te r«: Mopttoa of Odd- 
aU GtH^on, a avnm year 
old minor bqr ckUd. 
By: lota Sotert Conrer 
and FlorcBce Yfone Coo- 
orar, PeUtioners 
To: SOtai Gernert 
UOWatatei«ATenM 
We^ Oraage, Mew Jersejr 
la Qaatmry «C-TC-456 

^%is (by cama Ate Rob- 
ert CoBover and Ftorence 
YTODKCoiiowr, Petttioo- 
ers, and r^»«Ecntod tkat 
ttw (ri>}ect of tUs proceed- 
ing is to esect the adop- 
tion of tie above named 
in&nt, Doaald Gordon, by 
Jtiba Robert Conover and 
Florence Tvomie Conover, 
hasband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and tiled tittt Robert Ger- 
nert, a natural parent of 
said child, is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 110 
Watchung Avenue, West 
Orange, New Jersey. 

It is therelbre Ordered 
that the said Robert Ger- 
nert aniear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication (rf this 
Order and indicate his at- 
titude toward the {HtqxK- 
ed aOof^im, or otherwise 
do what is necessary to 
prefect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
J(^ K. Moore p.q. 
MOORE, BRYDGES A CO- 
HEN 

2413 Pacific Avenue 
VirginU Beach, VirginJa 
23451 

Ai»il 23. 30, May 1, 14 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
16th day of April, 1975. 
Kathleen Am G^es Lonoo, 
Plaintiff, 
against 



Michael Wayne Loaoa, 
Defendant. 

The (d>ject of this suit 
is w^ obtain a ' divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, qion 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed Uiat 
Oe defNHiant is a ■»- 
resident of the State ot 
Viifinia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Box 266, Old Fort, North 
Carolina it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due pob- 
licatioD hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A coiqr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Tklewater Legal Aid Soc- 
iety 

700 Duke Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

April 23, 30, Hay 7, 14 4t 



(MIDER OF PUBLICATKJN 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of ViiTinia Beach, on the 

7th day (ff April, 1975. 

Mary Louise Austin, 

Plaintiff, 

a^tinst 

James Mack Austin, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii, from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion on the 
3rd day of September, 1971 
And an affidavit hav- 
ing made and filed that 
the defendant is a «»- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being- 
Box 10682, Tampa, Flor- 
ida 33679 it is ordered 
that she (k) an>ear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to prrtect her interest in 
this suit. 

A cqjy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Pidrett. ^Hdn k Lyle, Atty 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach. Va. tUSZ 

April 9, I«, 23, 30, 4t 



ORDER OF P0BLICA1VM 

to at Cterk's (Mice itf tte 

Ctrc«tt Court of Um City of 

VirgWaBM<ft.MttaIMfc 

day of April, inS. 

CharlM A. JaanM, 

Plalirtitf. 

agalist 

lUryJuaam, 

Defndart. 

Tlw oi^cti ot Oiia ndt 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii fnnn 
tke said deta^mt ipo* the 
gmwds of raitimioa and 
uriirtemvted st^aratioa 
for mnv ttaa two yttrs. 
And uaflMavtthaTta^been 
n»d» and Ued that tit de- 
feadaat is anoi-rcsitartof 
the sme (rf Vir^Bk. the 
last known post otHe* ad- 
dress bdflg: 19 CCUbvB- 
sMea Way, CharleiAowB, 
Massactasetta it is or- 
dered tIttt she do appnr 
here within ten (10) days 
after due puUi^tion here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this s^. 
A copy-Teste: mW V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Alan B. Com«Bs 
5284 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

April 23, 30 May 7, 14 4t 



(mOER OF PUBLICATKMf 

In the Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

16th day of April, 1975. 

Michele Maria Kuns Ar- 

d«i, 

Plaintiff, 

againrt 

Douglas Ray Arden, 

Detndaat. 

The object (rf this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vincoto matritnonii from 
the said defendant, qton 
the grounds td Desertion. 
And an affidavit hav- 
. ing been made and filed 
that the defendant isanon- 
resideat of the State of 
Virginia, the last tanwn 
post office address being: 
5271 M^dcbrocA Lane, 
Flint, Michigan 48507 it 
is ordered tt>t he do ap- 
pear here witUn ten (10) 
days after due putdlcation 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessai7 to |Hx>tect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy-TMte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Tidewater Legal Aid Soc- 
iety^ ______ 

700 Dtke Stnet 
Norftolk, Va. 23S10 

April 23, 30, May 7, 14 4t 



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tad tte tuHutt we-lalf 
a^ of I<al JMm (It) 
w tiwidat ef awwBaa- 
nir CcMM, wUehHat 
tt My mmm ta tte 
(jerk's oa«t of tte Or- 
eult Court of tte (^itf 
▼irtfaia BMkk. VUgtaia, 
to M« Book T at pace 
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tte snpeettfvlUdter Aall 

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Fndt 



April 



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fte riiAr i^cttag atf fte 

flwCdtaea a«lMtt« «f 
ttt AdiiitartiMMi BttOd- 
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tlllMND OB etrtan 
mawlotiSidatttsao- 
^ftmm, MrttiM of IM 

S^WllMWB OB tte plat 
Mt§i4. 'Bf-plBt of itad- 

G»i*gw«taia", dated 

telM M ite Eaat dde 

of MMte Road. Hrts 

m pon dttadlsd lalbr- 

•illaa «rv tnUabit la tte 

Oaptttaad tt Plaanlag. 

OMaB lU«t Ana). LTNM- 

Uyni BOKWGR. 

1 AtfUeattei glJoteAr- 

afOH Eitevriaaa, be., 

tor a CtadtttoMl Ust Per- 

Bit to OMiBlt u aatoeo- 

Mlt MMiriet «tBttoaoBcer- 

talB fcttMtr locitad at 

tte InttMat cotter of 

Tlc^aia Baac* BoBtevard 

tad HKlinanTr^. nm- 

ttt&dbttataoflMfeet 

MM« or lata aloag the 

b^atil ofllBiiTlaia 

fpm, itaBfta a dl^nce 

oIltOlMtdWitiwSoo- 

ttefil mpuif line, nn- 

aUK a «sltata of 153.95 

toalaldtK ttatastminv- 

tm Um aad i«bIi« a 

dMtaet ol in tool a]oi« 

^ iMtt site of niiiiBia 

Btata MBtevaiil. iaidpar- 

ol eeitetas a.$00 square 

tut MR or Ins. Plato 

mt^ daCaUed tofor- 

lutavailtateiatte 

loot of nMBing. 

Abm Plau 

Gaoler Area). 

tWOiPyElf BtXtOOGB. 
mmiU. MACS BOR- 

pom 

tteattoB of A. M 
t» i CoBdttlooal 

to operate a 

Mital M certain 

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ate tttt Street OB 





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ORDER OFPUBUCATK}N 

In tte Clerk's OtBae (rftbe 

CircBit Coirt of the City 

of Virgiida Beach, on the 

15tt day of AmU, 1975. 

Nancy Ann Martin, 

Plaiirtiff. 

against 

Andrew Blaine MartiB. 

Defendant. 

The object of this salt 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant; qton the 
gromids of <tesertioo. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tte defendant is a noa- 
resideirt of tte State of 
Virginia, the la^ kaowa 
post office address being: 
c/o Townhouse Mtrtel. Ja- 
dsooville, North Caro- 
lina it is ordered that he 
do appear here withtn ten 
(10) days after due pub- 
licatton hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: ^HN V. 
FENTRESS. CLESX 
Decker, Zoby, CoUlas t 
Christie 

Suite 900, One Main Plaxa 
East 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

April 23, 30, May 7, 14 41 



CBANGBOF 

ttacT 

BATSIDE 

1. PetnkB «t Ir. V. Oi 
ivar, ITate)#taJ.(»- 
Ivar tor a dUft of Soa- 
fe« I»stii^ CteUMealloB 
(hHB R-4RaridialtalQla- 
trtet to R-t BeaitaBtial 
TowBhooe DisteMtaear- 
titt prbgarty ibealad at 
tte TTrrthaatT iatefteftlMi 
Of te tepwieB ce BoBlewtrd 
ate waafi^ Qrifo, rte- 
atag a «siaaee ol 174 feet 
' Biwe or less akaig 'the^ 
North Mdc of Wakaflekl 
Mve, rtei^ I dtsmee 
fl( 774 toot am* or Ins 
BtoBBdft earwtoa I^- 

itetattliateiSinstoet 
man w laaa la 4 Mar- 
ttwesterly Unttiim, na- 
BiagadiataBcaadlSfeet 
mora or ten Ih a Mor- 
ttwesterly eaffe tadrta- 
riag a iMaaco of 1117 
feet mrtw or Itas ate« 
tte Ea^ aide 9( kteim- 
dence Boalavard . tetdwD- 
party is totagBlar ia tai^ 
tad eoHNdta 11 aote. 
Plato «ilh flwre debttwl 
hfermaata art a*all|ble 
iatteDHartfBtetotnu- 
1^. (rteroBtaiood Esto- 
tea Aran). B^hffi VXL- 

oucai. 

2. Pettttoa ot w, W. 01- 
Ivar, IT ate U^u S. 01- 
itwr for a Chta|t of Zba- 
taf Distr^ ClaaaHlcaJoB 
from R<4 Jteddaaljiins- 
triet to B-9 tetfdeattal 
TtowahovM DiAMdaett- 
tatt propartjr ioeatod attte 
SoitfbeaM tti^Metin of 
tetopMdBMt BnHenid 
ate WatefleU Mva. tte- 
aiBi a<aMaeao(H9leet 
mora or taBAtoagtte bst 
Me of tetop tadea c aBoB- 
itfar^ tiMte«a«rtMee 
of >M Itet tton or ku 
tt a teath s tet ai^ Mm- 
tloa, ntatog a dMuee 



.. BMlitetioa (tf F. R. Er- 
fiBtor.Aaatfic tovnt- 
■Miji. ^w.. tor a Coodi- 
ttotal UN Pamit to oper- 
ate | tatetteiiirpBrtdag lot 
<*fi«rv« pr^imy located 
tt tta Bortteaat eonwr 
•l^iOudlfi Avtaoe and lltt 
ftrtet, litateg a distance 
cd ISO *ilaIoi« tte North 
Bide of lltt Strtet, rw- 
lOar B^atUKeofaOfeet 
•kag tte Ea^rn property 
Um. riMdag a diMance 
<t- I I O lMt a kB g ttaJto- 
nten jtitM'ty Une and 
rtaateg a diabitee of 200 
toft atett Ite East side 
of Ai^m Avtaae. &id 
MjMOsq- 




SPECIAL C(»IMISaON- 
ERS' 

SALE OF REAL ESTATE 
Pursuant to Decree of tte 
Circutt Court of tte City 
of Virginta Beach, Vitfto- 
ia, entered August 2, 1974, 
the undersigBed ^lecial 
Commissioners shall sell 
at priilic auctiool, subject, 
however, IMw ^ff^ni 
and confirmation of tte af- 
OTesald Court, on Montey, 
May 12, 1975, at 9:30 a.m. 
OB tte front steps (rf the 



Max. 

We don't want your 
Bioney. All we want h a 
small piece of younelf. 
%Mir numantty. 

If you can 
drive a truck, 
bake a cake cm* 
blow a noce 
there's tomethii^ 




or l o meb ody la yowr 

eomaauBtty crying tor 

fourattendoa. 

Write 

Vdunteer, 

WaHiiimioat 

D.C. 20013. 

Ifnotfer 

thewsake.tteii 

for your own. 



Wunteo; 



a im m'mf or toss 
to a i^rUtou^ ditee- 
1^, ntadal a ttataace 
M ISlJtMiaiKntt- 
tartat^dlra(fHoaaterte- 

aa «ataMi« ol Ull 
BMtii «■ IBM to a 
ttedhwaitarty <ttric(iaa. 
IbM parM to imgalar ia 
te^ Mi eoatatos f.24 
acTM. VMM ydtt toorcde- 
mmi iBtomtttoB ariaav- 
aUaUe ik tte DipvtflMBt 
elHataf -^ - 
EstotM 



ofnaMita.(t 
itotM im] 

BOKWM. 
LtimSAYCll AM2 Tft- 
CaiU BEACS BCMOUt^ 
t. Pettttoa « fetto- Ca- 
hpn tor aCKtt^lllEQB- 
tol Distrt^ OaMliliitfioa 
froa>-7|tesMMtfaaoi8- 
ttkt toA-2ABu4aiflMmi- 
trict OB eenaia ^opwty 
Heated « Ita ^ dide 
el laditt mid tedattte 
bI a poM mtSdtiS 
of K«M[4vMBBt^teag 
a«stoataBf210toitalaoB 
tte Ealt Me rt toSa 
Bete rteUig a dtottan 
d m toat sMWi » Mm 
aloag tte SoMhm ]^ap- 
orty UaOi tteRttt i «s- 
totae of 111 to«t Mimw 
teas atolg tt«te*teHlWr 
partjt Itae iinl ijgiHi a 
dlttat ee of mitetwt 
orkssaltettttlNHitfa 

eotaUaa IMiumamt 
or ton. V^u tm mn 
dUrtad m»mM0 are 
MtoMAttaMMteM 
el ftmi^. 0mMH 
Biighta Arw|^ lilMlA- 

▼Bf um fmmik 
nuxmmmm. 
cummHULh tm nn- 

WT: 

LTimHAnarBOiiMGi 

4. Ap|dleattoB(tfHiri7l^ 



d. jilUctttoa ta Herdon 
OttVnMtoa by R. Calvin 
tehta,Atlmiqt,foraC(»- 
^omT 9ae PariBlt to er- 
•ct B 4-toot te d-foot si- 
itetafd eo tartain prop- 
M|r tedtetoi at a pt^t 
S08 ^Bdvtootjnrless No- 
ra dt toa i^nectlon of 
P ta db iMga Rate aad Pri- 
BtaM tata Bead and lo- 
cated od tte Went sMe of 
PllMOMitaM Bote. Said 
tetealiiQttircirtly soned 
B-l Oiteittety Bnalims 
OiitridTniQs Comer Ar- 
edl. PBDICESS ANNE 

BanosB. 

AMmfillEIIT: 

f . ItoBOlittoB of tte COBB- 

aiof tte City'ofVlii^ 
BtadI to aaiete ate reor- 
^ Arttele 7, Part B, 
fteltokfll(e)itftteCom- 
tteteteiva ZaBh« Ordin- 
uea B-l iMort Botel Dis- 
trtot pdrtaiaiBg to nse re- 
pdBttou tor paridi* lots. 
More ditoilte iaformation 
is ataUahlc to tte Dqiart- 
a«Bl of Ptaataig. 
RietaRiJ.WcUMo 
Oty Clark 

April a, to, ft 



HOIKt OF PUBLIC 
HEAiQIIG 
Tte Tltftea BBBitt Plaa- 
tota CtanlsMa wlU hold 
a PteBoBaariagOBTaea- 
dar. Mv 1], 197S. at 1.-00 
P.M., tetteCoBBcUCham- 
tent of tt» MtoiiyatratloB 
BMitag, Pr^sesa Aaae 
CoorthOBse ViiVlBia 
BmA, Vinm^ The tol- 
uteag ateltoBaoBswlllap- 
tear OB OM anoda: 
Ste^ittoa Vartoaoi: Ap- 
JMil frtao Oeetdaas of Ad- 
MMnrttw Officov ia 
rtgarri to catbto eleao^ 
<tf tte tebittvlstoB OnUn- 
ttea, ateavtsioB for Oaa- 
W 1. Qodftay. Ph^nly 
totatod OB tte Vest aUe 
of tandm WMn Bmd, 
tern Bt Fetters Road 
VWm atttb more deteiled 
MMntlM are aialUtle 
to tte P^ttteaat of Ptea- 



tas atoai tteEa^npro- 
M^ m», (Citytf mii^Bla 
Batah ^«iv m^tm a 
dtoteB(»el»Utoe«« 
or iMs ataag tte Nortt«« 
prop^ UBeand raralng 
a JK^wn td 33H> f^ 
atoag tta WoctemiNtverty 
Um. add panel eoitalBs 
200 aetes. Rate wtttnore 
tetoilad Mnrautton are 
BtBlUte tatteD^artaiert 
of naaBiag. (Laranar 
Arte). ndfC^ ANNE 

L PcWioB of James E. 
IM^tf tor a Chaap <a 
ZoMg District Classifica- 
ttoB &«ai R-S Beti^aUal 
n^riet to B-2 Coaualnity 
IXstrtct on cer 



tMDays^Plan- 
MBg ^totatoo 00 March 

t'lMttei hy BMMn of 



rFMteag CoBflUsstoo 
^ ^<a5r of VligtoU 
Ite^Mt^teieofZoB- 
im1»mit Oanlficatioo 
bm ir^« toMdaMal Ws- 
Mei ^ t-1 frtecfvattoa 
EMMri «a BtttttoHm- 
M^ ta^ m ttalfett- 
taH OOfter <s Atwoottowa 
Btad te^^M^tate False 
Qlte 'ftA^^i roBBtog a 
«MMr«f»OiNtaidBg 
tta^iNMtel frteerty Itoe 
QtlMrt SUOto«ra«t or 
Wi^ ttelhrttMeof 
fttatete Mae Ciqie 
VWm, rHteta a dto- 
m ^M tori more or 



tato praperty located on tte 
■ntt MettfltewtownRoad 
be^BBiag at a ptftf 1425 
iBri mwe or less East cS 
Gooteu Road, raulBg a 
diMaet (rf 179 tori atoi« 
tte SoBttem jroperty Itoe 
of «hl(^ 70 feet is the 
NMtt Me of Newtown 
Road, rnmiBg a distance 
of 614.a «eet ak^ the 
Wotem property line, 
rmoiag adiMaacectf 234.22 
ieet aloBg the Nmlhem 
property Um ate ramii« 
a iBataace tl 415.3 
to«t afaag tte EasterB|Ht>- 
periy Um. Said pr^rty 
is irregular in shape. (Bet- 
tie F. WUUaras Elemen- 
tary School Area). BAY- 
SIDE Bcmomu. 
Regalar Agenda 
Change of Zoidag District 
ClassificatiOB: 
3. Petttitn of Dalvin V. 
White, Jr., for a Change 
of ZoBiflg Ustrict Class- 
IflcattoB from R-5 Resi- 
dential District to 0-1 of- 
fice District on certain 
property located at the Sou- 
ttwest intersectira of 
Princess Anne Road and 
Lord Dunmore Drive, 
running a distance of 
94.46 feet more or less 
along tte Soutt side of 
Princess Anne Road, run- 
ning a distance of 164 feet 
more or less in a Soett- 
.westerly direction, nmniiv 
a distance of 161 feet tnore 
or Iws in a Soutteaster- 
ly direction, running a dis- 
tance of 33.16 feet more 
or less in a ScMthwester- 
ly directioD, running a dis- 
tance of 165.50 feet more 
or less in a Sootheaster- 
ly direction, and runni^ a 
distance of 353.52 feet 
more or l^s along the West 
-sUe of LradSgnmraw Dr- 
ive. Property is irregular 
in shape aad cootaias 1.05 
acres more or las (Fair- 
field Area). KEMISSLLE 

'Bonoawin •.•ir.-Hii,..) 

4. Priltion of Chrtstoiwn- 
los Associates for a Clunge 
<tf Zoning District Classi- 
Qcation from B-2 Com- 
Bualty Business District 
to R-6 Residential District 
on certain property locat- 
ed m tte Ninth side of 
Baden Road beginning at a 
point 308.2 feet more or 
less East of Diamond Spr- 
ings Road, ruBBiag a dis- 
tance of 150 feet along the 
North side of Haden Road, 
ruBBing a distsMe of 150 
tari more or less aloiv the 
b^em property line, run- 
mag a distance of 150 feet 
Bloag the Ncnihem prop- 
nty Um and ruMlngadis- 
tance ol 150 feet more ot 
less atoag the Western pro- 
perty Um. Said parcel c(»- 
talH 0.515 acre more or 
1ms (Ganierwood Park 
ATM). BAYSIDE BOR- 

5. Priitton of Lakeside 
Convalescent Home, Inc., 
for a Change of Zonii« Dis- 
trict Classification from 
A-1 Apartment District to 
B-2 Communtty BusiMss 
Ustrict on certain prop- 
erty located cm the North 
side ctf Virginia Beach Bou- 
levard, be^nning at a point 
no feet more or less West 
of Hutton Lane, running 
a distance of 652 feet more 
or less along the North 
Bide (tf Virginia Beach Bou- 
levard, running a distance 
of 445 feet al«« the Wes-. 
ten pnqierty Uae, niming 
a distance of 750 feet more 
or less along the North- 
ern property line (L^m- 
tevoB River) and ruontog a 
distance of 170 feet more 
or less along the Eastern 
prope rty line. Said parcel 
coBtalM 3.8 acres. (Lon- 
don Brhige Areal.LYNN- 
HAVEN B(»»)UGH. 
6. Petitlai of Joim UUy 
by Grover C. Wright, Jr., 
Attorney, for a Qaiye of 
ZoBiBg Distrtct Classifi- 
ctfim from R-6 Residra- 
tlal Ustrict to 0-1 Office 
DMrict m certain prop- 
niy loMted on the West 
ride ri UtUe Neck Road 
tegianing at a point 91 
t^ man tn- less Soidh erf 
Attertha's Lane, maalw 
a disteace ri 210 toriaIoi« 
tte Iforttera property Um, 
ruMng a dlriance of 1M.6 
feri akiBg tte Western pro- 
perty Um, riMiag a dis- 
tsMe ri 281.03 toet aln« 
tte BMttem property Um 
ate nanlBg a distance of 
lOI.S feri alMg tte West 
sl<te ri Little Neck RoMi. 
Said parcel cMtalns 0.53 
aere. (UtUe Neck ViUMe 
Area), LYHMAVEN BM- 
OWm. 

7. ^tiOB tf VilflBU 

BMch MMi^ and toVM- 
tetai C(MporriM» for a 
(AtagariZoMg Orirtet 
CtosriilctitoB fttm A-1 
AparteM IMstrict to B-4 
Reseat Ctmrnerdal Uri* 



zin 



rict on certain pnverty 
located on tte WmI sMe 
ri Arrtie A^bm be^naing 
at a poiri 7S tori North 
ri IMh 3reri, f«mii« a 
<HMMe ri 75 feet along 
tte West side of Arctic 
Anmm, ruMing a distance 
ri 1» tori ataM« tte Nw- 
tteiv property UMn^riag 
a diMnee of 75 tori al(^ 
tte W«tiem pi^rty Um, 
and rising a dtsfance of 
lU tett ata« tte Soutt- 
»w property Um. &id par- 
cri natalns Il^M square 
feri. VIRGDfU BEACH 
BCmMIGH. 

d. Mttfa» of Jolm R. Pri- 
ter„ tjordoB B. Potter, aad 
Dean S. IHMer, for a 
Change of Zoning District 
ClassificatiOB from R-5 
Residmttel Ustrict to R-9 
BesideBttal Townhouse 
Ustrtet on certain prop- 
ra'ty lobited on tte Nortt 
sMe ri Old DooaUon Park- 
way begimiing at a point 
480 feri more or less East 
of Great Neck Rrad, run- 
ning a distance of 2476. 
37 feri more or less along 
tte North side ofOldDou- 
tla6 Parkway, nnming a 
distance of 2564.54 teet 
more or less aloi% tte Nor- 
ttern prqwrty Une, and 
running a distance of 667. 
78 feri along the Western 
property Um. Said parcel 
is triai^ular in shape and 
cootains 25.968 acres. 
(Princess Aime Memorial 
Park Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BORCHIGH. 

9. PeUUon ri A. T. Tay- 
lor Estate for a Change 
of Zoning Distrtot Class- 
ificatioo froni^-1 Apart- 
m«rt Distririro B-2 Com- 
munity Business District 
(m certain property loca- 
ted on tte Soutt side of 
Harper Road, b^inning at 
a point 1200 feet more or 
less West of Oceana Bou- 
levard, running a distance 
of 250 feet along tte Eas- 
tern property Itoe, run- 
ning a distance of 443.30 
fe^ along tte Souttempro- 
perty line, ruuing a dis- 
tBMe ot 256.92 f^ along 
tte Western property Une, 
and running a distance of 
502.50 feri aloi« tte South 
side of Harper Road. Said 
parcel contains 2.714 ac- 
res. ( Maccms Comer 
Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

10. PetlUon of R. E. Town- 
send Estate by Elizabett 
^. -0*areash,^Exacririx, 
for a Changeof ZoBingDis- 
trid Classffication from 
B-3 C«itral Bnstoess Dis- 
triri te^l-2 Resort tft)tel 

riMitoiri^arc^tC; 
erty loerilte>4lir Okr 
side of tfaynard SWreet te- 
gtoning at a p^ 695 feet 
more or less Eari of the 
iriersection of Souttera 
Boulevard and Maynard 
SrMt, running a distance 
of 427 leri along tte Sou- 
ttera property Une (Nor- 
folk - Souttera Railway), 
running a distance of 443. 
43 feet along the Eastern 
prc^rty Une, runni^ a 
distance of 460 lo^ along 
tte Soutt side of Maynard 
Streri, and nmning a dis- 
tance of 271 feri along tte 
Western pn^rty line. Said 
parcel contains 3.5 acres. 
(EueUd PUce Area). BAY- 
SIDE BOROUGH. 
II. Petltton of James J. 
Standing for a Change of 
Zoning District Classifica- 
Uott fi^m R-7 Residential 
District to A-3 Apartment 
Diririct on certain prop- 
erty located mi tte West 
side of Parks Avenue be- 
ginning at a point 120 feet 
more or less Soutt of 12tt 
Kreri, nmning a distance 
of 125 feet aloi« tte West 
side Ot Parks Avenue, run- 
ning a distance of 500 feet 
along tte Souttera prcq)- 
erty Um, nmning a dis- 
tance of 50 feet along the 
Weriera pn^rty line, and 
runmng a distance of 500 
feri along tte Norttera 
property line. Said pareel 
contains 1.1 acres. VIR- 
GINIA BEACH BOROUGH, 
Conditional Use Permit: 
12. ApidlcaUon of C ft W 
Oevelaimieri Co., for a 
CoBdlUouI Use Permit to 
ereri a 4-foot by 8-foot 
signboard on certain pro- 
perty beginnij^ at a point 
146 feri more or less Nortt 
of tte entrance to "Thor- 
oughgood and located on the 
Eari side of Pleasure 
House R(»d. (Thorough- 
good Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

«. AppUcatioo of T. E. 
Gildersleeve, T/A T. E. 
GUdersleeve, Pump ft WeU 
Drilling Service, fora Con- 
diUcmal Use Permit for a 
coatractor's storage yard 
OB certato pn^rty b^in- 
Bii« at a poiri 425 feet 
more or less Weri of Plea- 
sere HoMe Road, running 
a distant of ISO ferialoig 
tte ik>rih sUeriHioro^- 
gooi Itoad, mmi^ a dis- 
tance of m te^ BWre or 
less atong tte Weriera pro- 
perty line, rmniag a <Us- 
tance of M fori more or 
less akMg tte Soriten 
property Ite. aad mai^ 
a diMBM ri 160 ferimore 
<»■ less atoag te ^stera 
Iff^Hty Um. Sato puvel 
GOririBaO.HacM awBor 
toss (RriMns CorMr 
Ai^). BA^IDE BOR- 

omB. 

14. AffUi^Mm et Uitea 
Sy^Bs DevriopaeriOn-- 
pontiM for a Condittonal 
Um Permit foraprif (^w- 



M <« certain property lo- 
cated ri tte Northearicor- 
Mr ri AtwodtowB Road 
and Pret^mA False Cape 
Mrkway, runmng a dis- 
taMeri^» feri aloig tte 
Souttera ]^«perty Itoe of 
which 2100 feri more or 
less is tte North side of 
PropMed FriM Cape 
Parkway, r^ning a dis- 
tance ri 32W tori m>re 
or less aloi« tte l^riera 
pnverty Um, (CUy riVir- 
'ginta Beach Canri), mnlng 
a diriaace ri 3550 teet more 
or less akng tte Norttera 
property Um and ruming 
a distaaceriSSSOferiak^ 
tte Weriera property line. 
Said |»ircel contains 200 
acres. Ptats witt more de- 
triled information are 
avulable in tte Department 
<a Plamiag. (LagMiar 
Ar«i). PRINCE^ ANNE 
BOftOOGH. 

15. AppUcaUon (A Stanley 
S. Howard tor a Condition- 
al Use Permit for a dq>- 
lex (to Mftain property 
begtoteig at a point 195 
feri Wm( riMedlterran«tn 
AveoM, rwaiag a dtotance 
of 60 feri ato^ ite North 
side ri Terrace Aveme, 
runriog a distance ri 100 
feri along tte Westera pro- 
perty line, nmni^ a dis- 
hMC of 60 feet along tte 
Norttera property line, and 
running a distance of 100 
feet along the Eastera pro- 
perty line. Said parcel con- 
tains 6,000 square feet. 
( ShadowUvn Heights 
Area). VDiGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

16. AppUcation of George 
Gabriel Company and Sav- 
A-Tmi, Inc., for a Con- 
ditional Use Permit for an 
automobile service station 
on certain property t>egin- 
ning at a point 335 feet 
more or less West of Jer- 
icho Road, runnii^ a dis- 
tance of 150 feet rioog 
tte S(Nitt side of Nortt WU- 
chduck Road, running a dis- 
tance of 213.07 feri along 
tte Westera property Um, 
running a distance of 265. 
57 feet aloi« tte Soutt- 
era property Une, and run- 
ning a distance of 200 felt 
along tte Eastera pro- 
perty Une. Said parcel con- 
talM 0.988 acre more or 
less. (Aragona VUlage 
Area). BAYSmE BOR- 
OUGH. 

17. ^iplication of Margaret 
FuUer Guy, T/A M. G. 

^ite Rental, for a Con- 
diU(»al Use PermU to op- 
erate a bicycle rental on 
certato property located on 
loraer of 



= • *^^W"^t)^W% "Ho- 
ward JcAnson Motor Lo- 
(%e parking lot. Said par- 
cel is 20 feet by 20 feet. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOR- 
OUGH. 

18. AH)licatlon of Arm- 
istead - Morrison Service 
for an automobile service 
staUon on certain property 
beginning ri a point 310 
feri more or less West 
of Manatee Drive, running 
a distance of 165 feet al- 
ong tte Sorih side of In- 
dian River Road, running 
a distance of 150 feet al- 
ong tte Western property 
Une, runnli^ a distance of 
165 feri along tte Soutt- 
era property line runring 
a distance of 150 feet al- 
ong tte Eastera property 
Une. Said parcel contains 
.568 acre more or less. 
( Indian River Estates 
Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOIU)UGH. 

19. AppUcaUon of CreaUve 
Usptays, Inc., for a Con- 
dittonal Use Permit to er- 
eri a 12-fori by 24-foot 
signboard on certain pro- 
perty beginning at a point 
250 feet West of Soutt Mi- 
Utary Highway, running 
a distance of 575 feet more 
or less aloi% tte North- 
era property line of which 
378 feri more or less is 
tte Soutt side of Indian 
River Road, running a dis- 
tance of 440 feet along 
tte Westera property line, 
running a distance of 431 
feri more or less along 
tte Soritera prt^rty line 
and ruanii« a distance of 
358 feet morfe or less ri- 
ng tte Eastera property 
line of which 190 feri is 
the West side of Sorih Mi- 
Utary Highway. S*U par- 
cel is irregular to shape. 
( todian River VUlage 
(Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

»>. Ap^caUon ri Andy Ka- 
plan and Joe HaskeU for 
a C<»diUonal Use Permit 
•to operate la amusemeri 
ana^ (oiif' operated) at 
327 Kempsville Plaza 
SK^ii^ Certer on cer- 
tato pn^erty beginning at 
a priri 350 feri more or 
less Eari ri Sorih Mrlta- 
ment Drive, rnnaing a dis- 
tance et 730 feri more or 
less along tte Norttera 
prt^erty Une ri which 280 
feri is tte Sorih side (A 
Princess Aom R(»d, rm- 
ni^ a distaiM^ at 550 feri 
more or less along tte 
Eastera iHnperty Um, nn- 
niag a distaaee ri 690 feri 
more or tess^ alMg tte 
Sotten |m|>erty Um, and 
r^tfag a di^^ <rf 490 
tori ««« w tear atoag 
tte Weriera iMtverty Um 
<a rtleh mo feri more w 
Ims Is tte East side a 
iorih I^rUamnt Drive, 
teto parcel ewtains 5 
acres more or less. PUts 
iritt men itetaU«d i^n-- 



matton are avaitabte to tte 
D^MTtmeri of PUteiBg. 
(KempsvUIe Plasa Sbam- 
1m Ceriw Ari^. KEH^- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 
SlAi^eattoa ri OmM B 
Oglesiv, ri ri, toraCa- 
diUc^ Um Anrit to ep- 
ente a tettporary parktag 
Iri on certato prc^er^ to- 
cated OB tte Eari teto fd 
AUantlc AvMw begii^ig 
ri a poiri 100 feri North 
ri rih Sreri. ruutog a 
dtotoace ri 150 feri atom 
tte Soritera iRtiperty Um, 
rariBg a dlriance ri 100 
feri rioBg tte Eastera |Mt>- 
perty Um, ivteng a ris- 
taMe et 150 tori ato^ Ite 
Norttera iv<^rty Um, aad 
runring a dMaaM ri 100 
feri riong tte &iri side ot 
Atlariic AveBM. SaM par- 
cel cratains 15,000 s^are 
feet. Plats with, more <te- 
taUed iriormnton are 
araitable totteOf^rtmeri 
(rf Pl«nrii«. VIRGimA 
BEACH BCmOUGH. 
22 AppUcaUon ri tte City 
of Viigiato Beach, Oqiart- 
ment of Parks ate Recite- 
tioh, for a Coteitionri Um 
Permit for a boat ramp 
Witt retated toeUlUes on 
certato property located on 
tte Weri stoe el Uafie 
Streri begUmlng at a print 
180 feet Sorih of Potociau 
Drive, runring a distasM 
of 320 feri along tte Nor- 
ttera property Une, nn- 
ning a distance (H 8<^.67 
feet alcnig tte Weriera pro- 
perty line, runring a dto- 
tance of 321.23 feet along 
tte Southera property Um, 
and runmng a distance ot 
780.27 feet along tte Eari- 
era property Um of which 
450 feet more or less is 
tte Weri side of Maple 
Street. Srid parcel coriatM 
5.83 acres more or leu. 
Ptats with more detailed 
information are avrilable 
in tte Department of Plan- 
ning. (Cape Story 1^ Tte 
Sea Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

23. Application <a Montes- 
sori Asso<itates, a Part- 
nership, for a C(»diti(wri 
Use Permit for a medicri 
office on property located 
at the Souttwest coraer of 
Nortt Witchduck Road and 
Cattedrri Drive, running 
a distance of 165.36 feet 
more or less along tte West 
side of Cattedrri Drive, 
rmming a distance of 164. 
52 feri more or less along - 
tte Soutt side of Nortt 
Witchduck Road, runnli^; 
a distance of 245.71 toei 
more or less atong tte 
Weriera property Une aad 

.r-.Bunring, i^jdiriaaM ri.a44 
feet a^^lM:$%)utterh pro- 
perty lue. Said parcel coo- 
tains 1 acre more or less. 
(Pembroke Stores Area). 
BAYSTOE BOROUGH. 
Streri Ctosure: 

24. An>Ucation of Starr W. 
CromweU for the discon- 
tinuance, closure and aban- 
donment of a portion of Old 
Firri Colontal Road b^to- 
ntof at a point 150 feet 
more or less South of Thun- 
derbird Drive running in 
a Southerly direction a dis- 
tance of 440 feet more or 
less along tte East side 
of First Colonial Road. Said 
street is varuble in widtt 
from 90 feet more or less 
to feet more or less. 
Ptata Witt more detaUed 
iriormatton are avaUable 
in the Department of Plan- 
ning. (Woodburri Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
Amendments: 

25. Resolution of tteCoun- 
cU of tte City of Vlrgiria 
Beach to ameml awi re- 
ordato ArUcle 2, Part A, 
Section 205 of tte Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordto- 
ance pertaining to lot area, 
lot Widtt and yard spaciiig 
requirements for public 
and private pump stations. 
More detailed information 
is available in tte Depart- 
ment of Plannij^. 

26. Motion ot tte Ptamitog 
Commission of tte City ot 
VUttota Beach to amMd 
airi reordaio. an ordinaMe 
pursuant 15.1-482 (b) Code 
of Virginta, as follows: 

AN ORDINANCE PUR- 
SUANT 15.1-462 (b) 
CODE OF VmCINW, AS 
AMENDED, VACATING 
A PART OF THE PLAT 
OF BAYCLIFF SUBDI- 
VISION. SECTION 4A 
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE 
COUNCIL OF THE ClTy 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
VIRGINIA: 

(1) Tte 60 fort brild- 
ing line on Lot 50, 
ptat of Baycliff Sub- 
division, Section 4A 
is hereby vacated. 

(2) Tte 76 foot buUd- 
ing Une on Lri 44, 
ptat of BaycUfl Sub- 
division, SecUon 4A %> 
to tereby vacated. 

(3) TUs ordinaace 
shaU be effective 
ttirty (30) Ays 
fr^ tte date of 3d - 
(Vttoo. 

Adqited l^r tte CouncU 
of tte City ri Virginia 

Beach, Virginta, tte 

(tay of , 1975. > 

Pbds Witt more detaUed 
infomaUiM m tte above 
anriicatims are avrilable 
in tte Dq»rtm^ ri Plan- 
risf. 

AU iriereried penoos are 
bvited to attend. 
Rrijert J. Scrit 
Actl^ Mrector ri Plan- 
ning 

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PUBUC MOnCE 
MUct i« b»r^ {iv«i that 
WWMAIIW. M&RTOK.Ell 
Mth St., Vlitlnia Beach, 
Va. 234S1 IMS qiidM for 
a CertlficatecrfCon^aiiee 
fsvm the aate Water Con- 
titd Board pumnt toSec- 
tkm 40! of OMrederal Wa- 
ter Pollit&m CMtrol Act 
Ameodments of 1912, Pi^- 
Uc La* 92-500 to Con- 
struct a bulkhead revised 
map of Cavalier Park, Sec- 
ttoBlLotMVitflBlaBnch 
Va. 

The decision whether to 
issue the Certifleate of 
Compliance will be based 
on an evaluatiMi of the 
effect of the proposed ac- 
tivity o« State waters. 

Written conneots or in- 
quiries relative to this no- 
tice should be addressed 
to the SUte Water Cmtrol 
Board, P.O. Box 11143, 
Riehmood, Vtriiida 23230 
and shoidd rradi the Board 
not later than 15 dajrs af- 
ter this publication. 

April 23 tt 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Vlrfinla Beach, on tteilth 

day fA k^ciX, \sm. 

Jesie Mack Hoktmib, Jr., 

PUtiirtia, 

acainst 

BUly Jo Greoie tfolcooib, 



The object tA this suit 
is to oMala a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having bem 
made and fUed that the de- 
fendant is anon-rMidentof 
the Stete (tf Virginia, the 
last known post (rffice ad- 
dress beii«: 2619 Uarcb- 
wacX Drive, Dayton Ohio 
it is ordered tbit she do 
^>pear here within ten (10) 
days after doe pdtUcation 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
iirterest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
PEKTRESS: CLERK 
Coi, Cox * Cox, 111, p.q. 
1511 Atlantic Aveme 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451 

April 23, 30 May 7, 14 4t 



(»DER OT PWBLICATIOH 
In the Cteit's Office of the 
Circuit Coort of tte City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd 
day of April, 1975. 
Melvin F. Smitt, 
Plaiitfiff, 
against 

Shirley K. Smith. 
Defendant. 

The (^Ject of this suit is 
to ot)tain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii troin Uie 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that ^ (te- 
fendant is anon-resktentof 
the SUte of VirginU, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Unknown It is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within tn (10) days 
after doe publieatwn here- 
(rf, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A rapy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLEI^ 
Willura F. Burnside 
9S8 Laskia Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

April 9, 16, 23, 30 « 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

nth day of April, 1975. 

Gloria Deloris Gordon 

Pittman, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Michael Ctaries Pittman, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said def«idant, upon 
tiffi grounds of two y«r 
separati(». 

And an affidavit having be«i 
rawiend filed ttatOede- 
fendairt is a non-resideirt 
oHhe «ate^ Virgiaia,the 
last known post oBlce ad- 
dress bei(%: Fort Jackson, 
South Carolina it is or- 
dered that he do an>ear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication bere- 
<tf. and (k> what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in tUs suit. 
A copy-Terte: JOHN V 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Tidewater Legal Aid So- 
ciety 

TOO Duke Street 
Norfolk, Virginii 23510 

Ap ril 16. 23, 30, May 7 4t 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's CWice of tte 

Circuit Court erf the City 

of Virinia BMcb, on the 

IM 4ay of April, 1975. 

Mha H. AUstock, 

llautlfl, 

a^Mst 

Uo«ai4 WayM AUstock, 

De^tant. 

Tte (AJect of this s«tt is 
to (Main a divorce a vin- 
nto nstrimonU frsn tte 
nH dMe^urt, Upon fl» 



gnrnds of Plaintiff and 
Defendant have lived se- 
ptiiite wittontany cohaU- 
Utlon »« withmrt interrup- 
tion in excesa It 2 years, 
Secti<» 20-91 -(9) of the 
Code of Virglnl* (1950), 
asanoidad. 

And an affidavit hsvli^ been 
made and Hied that due 
dUigence having been used 
1^ or 00 behalf of Com- 
plainairt to ascertain in 
which county or eoiinra- 
tion the Defendant is, with- 
out effect, the last known 
post office address being: 
407 B West Lane, Virginia 
Beach, VirginU it U or- 
tered that he do aivear 
here wttUa ten (10) days 
after due pri>liea^ here- 
of, %sA do wiial may be 
aeceasary to protect Us 
interest U this suit. 
A aw-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTR^: CLERK 
Marc Jacobson, Atty 
112 Maritime Tower 
Noriblk, Va. 23510 
April 16, 23, 30, May 7 4t . 

warn. 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFldE OF THE 

cntctnT COURT of the 

CITY OF VI^aOA BEACH 

OR THE Mb DAY OF April 

1975. 

tare: 

Ma|tioB of Richard Allen 

Steraiaon 

S^ 

Bartara Gayle Sevcnsok 

KiiUand and John Murray 

iOrUand, Jr. Petitioners' 

To: 

Thomas Denatra 

U.S. Air Force. Moody Air 

Force Base 

ValdosU, GeorgU, 31601 

ta Chancery 

#€-74-441 
ThU day oune Bartara 
Gayle StevMson KlrUand 
and Jolui Momy KirUaail, 
PeUttooers, and represen- 
ted that tte obleet of tUs 
proeeedtag U to effect the 
adoption ofthe above named 
UCut Ridiard Allen Ste- 
venson, by Bartara Gayle 
Stevenson KirUand and 
Jota Murray KlrkUnd Jr., 
hnsbani and wife, and af- 
fidant having been made 
and filed that Thomas Den- 
nard, a natural pareat of 
said child, U a non-resi- 
dent of tte State of Ytr- 
ginU, the Ust fcKnra prat 
tS&at address bei^ U.8. 
Air Force, Moody Air 
Forra Base, VaUorta, 
GetngU, SltOL 

ft U taer^ore Ordered 
that tte saMTbowasDen- 

Orart «^ to^ Aan 

after pobtteation of tins 

Order and indicate hU at- 

tttode toward tte ivoposed 

adqitioa, or otherwise do 

what U necessary to i»x>- 

teet hU ii^rest U tfeU 

Btttter. 

A espy teste: 

Jota V. Fentr^s, Clerk 

PUcter A PUcter, Atty. 

S00BankofVa.Bk%. 

R<»lidk, VirginU 

April K, 23, SO, May74t 



(HIDER 
VntGDOA: IN 1'HE 
CLERK'S omCE OT -TOE 

OKiurr owRT of the 

CITY OF VIRGOnA BEACH 
OH THE lOttDAYOPiMN'll 
197S. 
tare: 

Adoption of TOtRT LAW- 
RENCE MANN. JOHN 
RANDALL MANN and 
By: 

ROBOT POCZEKAJ and 
CLARA ELIZABETH PO- 
CZEKAJ 
Petitioners' 
To: 

WinUffl Lawmee Mam 
Moatpmery, Alatama 

bCteieery 

•C-7S-S33 

TUs tey cane Rtrtml 

PooMkaJ and CUra E. Po- 

eseka], Petttkmers, and 

npTMcnted that tte ob- 

rtA tUs iroceediag U 
effect tte adoption of 
tte above naiMd infant (s) 
TERRY LAWRENCE 

MANN, VSm RANDALL 
MANN, by Rotert Pocie- 
kal and Clara E. Pocse- 
k4. taiAaad and wife, and 
affidavit tevlag been mnife 
and filed ttat WILLIAM 
LAWRENCE MANN, a u- 
tural parent of nid chil- 
dren, is a non-resident of 
tte ^te of VirginU^ tte 
Ust known post <Moe ad- 
dress being: MONTGO- 
MERY, AI^&UIA. 

» U Owr^tore CMered 
ttet aw Hid WILLIAM 
LAWRENCE MANN appear 
before thU Qmrt wiWn 
ten (10) days after pdn 
UcaUim of tUs Order and 
indicate Us/ter attttnde 
toward tte proposed sdop- 
tion, (M- otherwise do etat 
U necessary to pnMct hU 
i nterest to Ms nntter. 
AojpytMte: 

J(rin V. Fortress. Cleri[ 
Brace B. MUU 
4145 Va. Beach VM. 
Va. B^A, Va. 23452 



April 16, 23, 30 Hay 7 4t 



By: R(ȣRT POCZEKAJ 
and CLARA nJZABETB 
PdCZiaCAJ Petftiflwrs' 
ft: Mr. WllUaai Lawnnce 
Wter 

CMral, AUtema 
ta Chancery 
4C-7S-.333 
TUs itay came Robert 
Poci*aJ aid CUra EU- 
■abeth Poe»^, Petition- 
en, and lepr e s ented teat 
tte ol4eet of tMs invceed- 
ing U to e^et tte «iop- 
ttM (rf tte above umad 
Infairt. SHAimON DENSE 
SALTER, by Rotert Poe- 
sAiJ and CUra Elicabetii 
FoeMui, husband and wife 
nad aflktavtt taving be«i 
mdc and fltod Oat WU- 
Uam Lawrence Salter, a 
natural pnreM of said child 
to a non-rMldwt of tte 
State of VirgiflU, tte last 
imown YoA (Alee address 
b^ng: Certral, Abdjama. 
. R U tterefore Ordered 
ttint tte said WilUam Law- 
mee Salter qipear ta^re 
tills Coul wiUita ten (10) 
(tays alter prtdieation of 
tids Order and indicate Us/ 
hn- attttnde toward tte pro- 
posed adofrtion, w iriter- 
vlM do what U necessary 
to protect Us interest U 
tUs natter. 
A eopy teste: 

Jota V. Fentress, Clerk 
Bmee B. MUU 
414S Va. Beach Blvd. 
Vn. Baai^, Va. 23452 

Apri l 16. 23. 30, May 7 4t 

CmOER OF PUBUCATK)N 

ta tte Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Cowt of tte City of 

VirginU Beach, on tte 3rd 

day of April, 1975 

ClirU itobbtas Watt, 

PtainUff, 

against 

Dr. David Gmham Watt, 

Defendant. 

The object of tUs suit 
U to obtaU a divorce A 
Mensa et Ttoro from tte 
said defendant, i^on tte 
groonds of DMertion. 
And anafOdavittevingbeen 
made and filed ttet tte de- 
fendant to aaon-resid«rtof 
tte State tA VirginU, tte 
Unt known post office ad- 
dress beU«: c/0 Mary Watt 
Debdale Farm-Comhill 
Lane-Aodnstav, Itan- 
ctester, En^aad it U or- 
dered fbid te do qipear 
tere withto ten (10) days 
after due piddicftion tere- 
of , and do wtat may te 
necessary to protect \^ 
Interest ta thU suit. 
A eopy-Teste: VSm V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 

4»l.1^MQekRd. 
VlfghiU Bea<A. Va. 23462 

A|Hil 9, 16, 23, 30 4t 



(»DER OF PUBUCATION 
b tte Clerk's Office Of tte 
CIrcntt Cowt of tte atyof 
VirgiflU Beach, on tte 3rd 
dnyofAmil, 1975. 
Margaret Santtlli Condon, 
nateUff, 
■gnlast 
Joneph Condon, 



Tte ol^ecttrftUs suit U 
to obUn a divorce a vU- 
ento matrimoidi from tte 
said driendairt, upon tte 
grounda tA two year sqia- 

And 8B affidavit hxvii^; been 
Bttde and filed ttiat tte de- 
fendant to anon- residents 
ttw Stato <rf VirginU, tte 
Ust known post i^ee ad- 
dress bdag: Creamery 
Road, Hopewtil Junction, 
New York it UonUredttet 
ste do qipear here witUn 
ten (10) days after dw 
ptddleatHM tereof, and do 
ittat may te necessary to 
Iffotect Us Uterest in tUs 
salt. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEHmSS: CLERK 
Barrow* Lowe 
3104 Arctic Avenue 
VirginU Beach, VirginU 

April 9, 16, 23, W « 



mUCE 
TUs to to notify ttepri>- 
lic that tiM aders%ned, 
tradtag as Red Wing Lake 
Golf Covrse Snaefc Bar will 
witlria tM da^ after pob- 
lieaUoo (tf thU notice ap- 
{dy to tte VirginU »ate 
Al«)holte Beverage Con- 
trol Board for a license 
to Mil beer for on pre- 

VirgiflU 8. Laatca 

T/A Red Wlag Lake Golf 

Course back tar 

ion Proqwrtty Rd. 

Va. Bea<^, Va. zm\ 

AnnButer 

WITNEY 

April 23 It 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

ta tte Ctert's (Mttce of tte 

Ctrcdt Court (rf ^ City of 

VirgiflU Bm(^, on tte Sad 

day of April, 1975. 

R(4>ert A. T^», 

PUtattff, 

uatast 

Carol Elaine Tomer Teto, 



CKtOER 
vm^DIU: IN THE 
CLraK'S OFFICE WTHE 
CKCtllT CODW OF TSl 
CmrOFVI^INlAiEACH 
CM THE IM DAT (»' Ap- 
rUlfK. 
tare: 

^tkm (tf ^ARMNI DE- 
mrt SALTER 



Ite o«^ct (rf ttis suit 
to to fibl«U a divorce A 
MeMa'tt Ttoro from tte 
said defendant, qxn tte 
p«Bta(tfD^Rti«. 
And an^tevtt tevUg been 
nMriindffiidtetttede- 
tantet to snM-rMMei«of 
tte Sato of VirgtaU, Um 
tart tanm post office wi- 
dTMS b^g: WDemr Ron 



Sontt Windsor, Connecticut 
appnr here withto ten (10) 
days after due puUicatiofl 
tereof, and do what may 
to necessary to protect 
ter Uterest in ttU suit. 
A cgqr-Teste: JOHN V. 
PENTREffi: CLERK 
Moore, Brydges A CcAen, 
Attys. 

2413 Pacific Avenue 
VlnpnU Beach, VirginU 

April 9, 16, 23, 30 4t 



NOTICE 
Thto U to notify the pid>- 
lic that on and after thU 
date A^ll 16, 1975, 1 will 
Bot te responsible for any 
delrts contracted by anyone 
otter tban „ myself to 
person. 

Evelyn L. Crawford 
971 AtUntis Dr. 

Apt. 101 
VirginU Beach, Va. 23451 

April 16. 23. 30, 3t 



to tte Cleric's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of Hie City 

of Virginia Beach, on tte 

4tt day of April, 1975. 

Jotai Hall Williamson, Jr.. 

Plaintiff. 

aninst 

Christina Jean WUUam- 

son. 

Defendant. 

The (rt^ect of tUs suit 
U to obtaU a divorce am- 
ensa et ttoro from Uie said 
defendant, upon tiie grou- 
nds of desertion. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet tte 
defendant U a non-resi- 
doit of the SUte of Vir- 
ginU, Um last known post 
ofDce address teing: 
I Pierce Lane, Key West, 
Florida S30M. it toorder- 
ed that ste do qipear tere 
wltbU ten (10) days after 
dae publicafioa tereirf, and 
do wtet may te necessary 
to ^Otect ter interest U 
tUssuit. 

A conr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTOESS: CLERK 
Hertert A Bcrtiannon 
Suite 402, Plaza One 
Norfolk, VirginU 23510 

April 9. 16. 23, 30 4t 

ft 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
b Uie Cleii's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of ttie city of 
VirginU Beach. (» ttie25tt 
day of March, 1975. 
RiAert Lawrence PhiU^, 
PtatoUfl, 

. unust.. 

C^MiM LdMsemUips, 
Oelendaiit. 

Tte oi^eet of thto suit U 
to obtata a divorra A Men- 
sa Et Tboro to te merged 
spon intiper application 
into a divorce A Vincuto 
Matrimonii frt>m tte said 
d^endaat. qxm tte grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit teving been 
ma(fe and filed ttat ttie de- 
fendant to anon-residaitof 
tte Sate of VirginU, tte 
last known post (Mce ad- 
dress beiflg: 1713 Fam- 
gvt Av«iue, Rockville, 
IfaryUnd 20651 it to or- 
dered ttet ste do appear 
tere wittiU ten (10) days 
after doe pubUeation tere- 
of, and do wtet may te 
necessary to protect her 
Uterest to thto suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Bmqrles, McKenry AGorry 
Pacific Ave * 35tt Street 
VirgUU Beach, Va. 23451 

i^rll 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATK)N 

to tbe Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virglnto Beach, on tte 

27tt day of March, 1975. 

Gai7 L^ Gallant. 

PUlntitf, 

against 

Janice Marie (Pliant, 

Defendant. 

tte object of tUs suit 
to to ObtaU a divorce a 
mensa et ttoro to te U- 
ter merged into a 
divorce a vUcalo matrim- 
onii from tbe said defen- 
dant, t4M» tte grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavtt teving bea 
made and filed ttetctaedil- 
ig^e tes bem used ^ or 
in behalf of tte CompUto- 
art to ascertaU U 
tte defendant to, witUaAri^ 
feet, tte last known pseS. 
office aiklress teli%: 723 
Dataware Avaiue, c/0 Pete 
Zorl«A, VirginU Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered ttet 
die do appear here wlthU 
ta (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and ik) 
what may te necessary to 
"prtAect ter interest U tUs 
sUt. 

A oqiy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

tele H. (kiy, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
VirgiflU Beach, Va. 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 « 



ORDOt 
VIRGinA: » TBE 
CLERK'S OFHCE OF THE 
CmCUIT COURT OF THE 

cmr m vncmA beach 

ON THE DAY OF .1«5. 

b re: Ado^iM of Rldmrd 

mtyBeSfOl 

By: Leon Jote Matgssak, 

PMtioners 

To:<Jh*b^C. B^ 



State (rf Nortt CaroUna 
In Chancery 
#C-74-l»6 

TUs day came Lem Jote 
Matttsuk and , Petitto- 
ners, and represented ttet 
tte <*tect of this proceed- 
ing is to effect the adop- 
tion of the above named 
InUnt (s), Ricterd Wayne 
Bell, by Leon Jote Matus- 
sak Ind , Petitioner and 
affi«Uvit havii^ been made 
and filed ttet Juniors C. 
Bell, a natural parent of 
sato child to a non- 

resUent (rf tte SUte of Vir- 
ginU, tte Ust Imown post 
office addreas biHng: State 
of North Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered 
ttet tbe said Juniors C. Bell 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of ttis Order 
and indlcte hto/her atti- 
tude toward the proposed 
ad(^ion, or otterwise do 
wtet is necessary to pro- 
tect bis interest in tUs 
matter. 
A copy teste: 

J(to V. Fentress, Clerk 
Rexford R. Cherryman 
524 Independence Blvd. 
VirgiUa Beach, Va. 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

ta tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of toe City of 

VirgUU Beach, on toe 3rd 

day of AprU, 1975. 

DUnne Marie Gillenwater, 

PlatoUff, 

against 

Gary Stet^en Gillenwater, 

Defendant. 

The (A)Ject of ttis suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vto- 
culo matrimonii from tte 
said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of desertion and/ 
or cruelty. 

And an affidavit teving been 
made and filed ttuit tte de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
tte SUte of VirgtoU, tte 
Ust known post office ad- 
dress teing: Gary Stephen 
Gillenwater, 811 Nebraste 
Street, Mound City, Mis- 
souri it is ordered ttet te 
do appear here withto ten 
(10) days after due |Hd>li- 
cation tereof, and do wtet 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect bis interest to ttis 

suit. 

A cwTeste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Constanttoe A. ^lanoulls 
105 N. PUza Trail 
Vi^lnU Beach, VirginU 

April 9, 16. 23, 80 4t 



^y^f.l^iV'l 



KU 



ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Cireult Court of toe City of 

VirginU Beach, on tte25tt 

day of March, 1975. 

Atte Jeanette Jones, 

Platotiff, 

agatost 

Charles Kennett Jones, Jr. 

Defendant. 

Tte object of thto suit is 
tq obtato a divorce a vto- 
cuto matrimcmU fttim tte 
defendant, upon tiie grounds 
of two year separation. 
And an affidavit teving been 
made and filed ttet tte de- 
fendant to a non-resident of 
tte SUte of VirginU, Uie 
last known post office ad- 
dress teing: 3270 N.W. 
171st Street, Opa Loeta, 
Florida U is ordered ttat 
te do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication tereof, and do 
wtet may te necessary to 
protect his interest to tUs 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Parker A Rubinger, Atty. 
1397 Laskin Rd. 
VirginU Beach, Va. 

April 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



AN t>RDINANCE PUR- 
SUANT TO SECTTON 15.1- 
482(b) CODE OF VffiGlNIA. 
AS AMENDED, VACATING 
A PART OF THE "PLAT 
OF 8AYCLIFF SUBDIVI- 
SION, SECTION 4A " 

BE IT ORDAINED BY 
THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
VIRGINU: 

1. Tbe 60' building line 
on Lot 50, Plat of Baycliff 
Si^vision, Section 4A is 
hereby vacated. 

2. Tte 76' building Itoe 
OR Lot 44^ put of Bay- 
cliff SidJdivisicm, Section 
4A Is tereby vacated. 

3. Thto ordinance stell 
te effective 30 days from 
tte date of adoption. 

Adopted by tbe CouncU 
of tte City of Vii^inU 
Beaeh on tte day of 
1975. 

Ricterd J. Welrtion 
Ctty Clerk 

April 16, 23, 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

ta tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of toe Clty<rf 

Virginia Beach, on toe2Stt 

day of March, 1975. 

Ctarles Fraaier Mack, 

PUtotiff, 

against 

Debra EsteUe Taytor 

Hack, 

Defendant. 

Ttef^ectof tttosuitto 
to obUto a dlvon^ A Vto- 
ento IWriBU)^ from tte 
said itefVncUM. ^a tte 
grwnds of 2 yan s^a- 
ratlM. 
And as affidavit tevtog bem 



made and filed ttet Ite de- 
femlant a non-resMent of 
toe State of VirginU, tte 
Ust known post office ad- 
dress being: Richmcmd, 
California it is ordered 
ttat she do a^^ear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do wtet may te necessary 
to protect here interest in 
ttto suit. 

A o^y-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydges A Hudgins, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

April 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

VirgtoU Beach, on tte 24tt 

day <rf March, 1975. 

CecelU C. Stephens, 

Platotiff, 

against 

Lawrence B. Steptens, 

Defendant. 

The (AJect of tills suit is 
for tte said idaintiff agar- 
nisbmmt kA funds due the 
Defendant from toe United 
States of America, tesed 
qxm Judgment of May 16to, 
1974. 

And an affidavtt teving been 
made and filed ttat tte de- 
fendant is a Non-Resident 
of the State of VirginU, 
tte Ust post office address 
teing 5724 Frontier Trail, 
Knoxville, Tennessee it is 
ordered ttet be do appear 
tere within Ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do wtet may te 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
BiU, Ftoe, Legum A Ftoe 
Law Building 
Norfolk, VirginU 23510 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 « 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
to Uw Clerk's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of tte City of 
Vifginto Beach, on tiie24tt 
day of March, 1975. 
MilUrd WyUe, 
PUinUff, 
agatost 

EugenUQ. Wylie, - 
Defendant. 

The object of thto suit 
is to obtato a divorce A 
Mensa Et TTqiro-fixim tte 
said defendant, iqion tte 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit teving been 
made and filed ttet tte de- 
fendant to a non-cesident of 

Ian teonnitjoet ofBee ad- 
dress teing: Rural P.O. 
Box 6048, Camuy, Puerto 
Rico 60027 it is ordered 
ttet ste do jjipear here 
withto ten (10) days after 
due publication tereof, and 
do wtet may te necessary 
to protect ter interest to 
tUs suit. 

A cqiy-TeMe: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
HoUaday, Holmes A taman 
5 Stoney P(^ 
700 Newtm Rond 
Norfolk, Virginta 

April 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

ta tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach^ on tte 

26tt day of March, 1975. 

Mitoi Mae Abbott Davtoson, 

Platotiff, 

agatost 

Ray Curttss Davidson 

Defendant. 

TTie object of this suit 
is to olrtato a divorce A 
Vtoculo Matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of parties teving 
Uved separate and apart 
without cotebitoUon and 
Witt out interrqitton for 
one year. 

And an affidavit tevii^ been 
made and filed ttat tbe de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of tte ^te of VirgtoU, 
tte last known post office 
address being: Box 259, 
Rstoelle, West Virginia 
25962 it is ordered ttat 
te do appear here withto 
ten (10) days after due 
{mblication hereof, and do 
. wtet may te necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A cqjy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Glom B. McCUnan.Atty 
42SS.WttchitactRd. 
Virglnto Beach, Va. 23462 

AprU 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



NOTICE OF PUBUC 

HEARING 
Tte Virginia Beach Board 
of Zonii^ Appeals wUl con- 
duct a Pid>Uc Heariv on 
Wednesday, May 7. T975. 
at 7:30 p.m. to the Cir- 
cdit Conrt Room #6, City 
HaU, VirginU Bach, Vir- 
ginia. Tte foUowtog ^ipll- 
cations will ^ipear on Ate 
agenda. 

PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
THE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

1. Watte D. Inscoe requesto 
a variance of 7 feet to a 
28 loot front ^rds^MHA 
instead of 3S feet as re- 
ipiired of Parcel J. PUt 
fA Oavto Pn^rty, 2964 
VirgliUa BMcb Boulemti. 
Lyi^taves Boroogh. 

2. Barry R. and Pemy 
R. Pitta request a variance 
of 6 feet to a 4 focrt side 
yard setteck inst«Hl of 10 



feet as required of Lot 
3, Baylate Beach, 2421 ta- 
dian Hill Road. Bay- 
side Borough. 

3. Edwin Owens requesto 
a variance of S feet to a 
5 ibot rear yard sriback 
tostead of ID feet as re- 
quired of \jA 34, Block 
10, DUnuMMl Sj^^s ' 
Homes, 1908 Moody Road. 
Baysiite Borotch. 

4. KempsvUleBbUdtagMa- 
terUls requests avariiuce 
•of 25 feet to a "0" set- 
tack from Soutteni Bou- 
levanl and Jersey Avenue 
instead of a 25 foot set- 
tack each as re<^red of 
Lota 33, 34 A, Block 49, 
Euclid Place, 104 N. Wt- 
cbtock Road. Bayside 
Borough. 

5. DeMilto Homes, Ide. by 
Rotert W. DeMllle, Pres- 
ident requesto a variance 
of 15 feet to a 35 foot 
fnmt yard setback tostead 
of a 50 foot front yard 
settack as required of Lot 
25-A, Section 4-A, Sec- 
tion 4-A, Baycliff, 1652 
Bay Point Drive. Lyim- 
teven Borough. 

6. R & J AssocUtes re- 
quests a variance of 2 feet 
2 Inches to a 7 foot 10 
inch side yard set- 
tack (west property line) 
instead of 10 ftet as re- 
quired (fireplace) of Lot 
176, SecUon 1, Brigadoon, 
5465 MacQueen Drive. 
Kempsville Bwcmgh. 

7. R A J AssocUtes re- 
questo a variance of 2 feet 
2 toctes to a 7 foot 10 
toch side yard settack 
(west pn^rty Itoe) tostead 
of 10 feet as required 
(firepUce)of Lot 17i, Sec- 
tion 1, Brigadoon, 5453 
MacQueen Drive. Kemps- 
ville Borough. 

8. R & J AssocUtes re- 
questo a variance of 3 
feet to a 7 foot side yard 
settack (east property Itoe) 
instead of 10 feiet as re- 
quired (fireplace) of Lot 
198, Section 1, Brigadoon, 
5460 MacQueen Drive. Ke- 
mpsville Borough. 

9. Ttomas L. Cartwright, 
Sr. requesto a varUnce 
of 5 ieet to a 5 foot side 
and rear yard settack to- 
stead of 10 feet each as 
required (detoched garage) 
of Lot 20, MacDonald Park, 
908 Neptune Avenue. 
KempsviUe Bonn^. 

10. H.W. Curran, Jr. re- 
quests a variance of 4 feet 
to a 6 foot side and rear 
yard settack instead of 10 
feet each as required (de- 
tached garage) of Lot 8, 
Block 8, Podinntas VUl- 
age, 4825 Mandan Road. 
Kempsville Borough. 

11. James C. Nocito re- 
<pesto a variance to allow 
parking to tte required set- 
tack from a street wtere 
proUliited on Parcel 35, 
Airport Industrial Park, 
Air Rail Avenue. Bayside 
Borough. 

12. Charles C. Barnes re- 
quests a variance of 6 feet 
to a 4 fbot side yard set- 
teck (soutt pn^erty Une) 
and of 6 feet to a 4 foot 
rear yard settack tostead 
of a 10 tool side and rear 
yard setteck as required 

Detached garage) of Lot 
Block 6, BayUke Ptoes, 
4424 BUckbeard Road. 
Baysite Borou^. 

13. AnUwnyJ. PofgitdliY- 
questo a variam>e of S feet 
to a 5 focrt rear ]nrd set- 
teck instead of 10 feet 
as required (swimmii^ 
pool) (rf Lot 10, Btock A, 
Princess Anne Ptasa, 3400 
Woodsman Ltee. Prin- 
cess Anne Boron|ft. 

14. Riparian tavestment 
Associates t/a Hdlday tan 
3Wi ^eet requesto a var- 
iance to allow parking to 
tte required 10 foot set- 
teck wtere prohttUed from 
39tt Street, Padfie Ave- 
nue and a variance of 7.5 
feet to a 2.5 foot setimck 



Tte Sun, April 1%. 1975 - B-S 

from tte 20 foot allpy ad- 
jiceat to tte north prop- 
erty lite (utility building) 
of Lot S, and a 20 foot 
strip formerly telongii« 
to tte Norfolk A Souttern 
RaUroad, lock 91. Map of 
Unkteru, northeast cor- 
oner of 39th Kreet and Pa- 
cific AveniK Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

15. First VirginU Bank 
of Tidewater requests a 
variance of 23 square feet 
of additional sign allow- 
ance for a totol of 93 sq- 
uare feet of sign allowance 
instead of 70 square feet 
as aUowed and a variance 
of 13 square feet of sign 
arm to te placed on an 
existing free-stondtog sign 
(AAP) to teve 138 square 
feet per Uce tostead of 
125 s(^re feet per face 
as allowed of Lot 107, Wto- 
dsor Woods, 2ZS South 
Rosemont Road. Lynn- 
tevea Borough. 

16. Donald E. Sly requests 
a variance of 5 feet to a 
20 ibot side yard adjacent 
to a street (Bass Street) 
instead of a 25 foot set- 
teck as required of Lot 1, 
Tract B, SecUon 2, Sand- 
bridge, Sandfiddler Road. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

17. Del Sexton requests a 
variance of 3 feet 4 tocbes 
to a 6 foot 8 toch side 
yard settack tostead of 10 
feet as required (west pro- 
perty line) of Lot 7, Sec- 
tion 6, Lynnteven Colony, 
2928 Buccaneer Road. Ly- 
nntevai Boron^. • 

18. WUlUm C. and Pat- 
ricU H. Sinclair request 
a variance of 4 feet to an 
11 foot side yard settack 
instead of 15 feet as re- 
quired (east property Ime) 
of Lot 3, Block 8, SecUon 
4, West AUntw, 1733 
WUteside Lane. Lynntevm 
BcMuggh. 

19. Richard Lee and Mary 
B. AiUms request a var- 
Unce of 7 feet to a 3 foot 
side yard settack tostead 
of 10 feet as required (west 
property line) of Lot 16, 
Powells Potot, 4408 Pow- 
ells Potot Road. Bayside 
Borou^. 

20. taterstote Brands Co- 
rporation by Owen Pickett. 
Attoniey, reqoesto a var- 
iance to allow a whcde- 
sallng and distritetion op- 
eration to teve eight (8) 
deUvery v^cles instead 
of five (5) deUvery vehicles 
as allowed on Part of Par- 
cel D, Block M, Aragcma 
Village, southwest comer 
of Jericte Road and Wit- 
ctata^ Road. Bayside Bor- 

21. Ctester Palosso byEl- 
isabett A. Bare. Real Es- 
tate Agent, reqnesto a var- 
iance of 15 feet to a 5 
foot attack from Lee 
Aveme instad of Vi feet 
as reqpdred of Loto 1 and 
2. Block 10, Chesapeake 
Park, Lee Court and Lee 
Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

22. Bruce B. Baxter 10 
reqnesto a variance , of 6 
feet to a 44 foot front 
yard settack from Wbite- 
teven Road instead of 50 
feet as re«piired of Lot 11, 
Princess Anne Hills, WUt^ 
eteven Road and Discovery 
Road. Lynnhaten Borough. 

23. Hunt's Seafood Restau- 
rant, Inc. by Patricia F. 
Hurd, President, requesto 
a variance to allow an add- 
ition to an existing mm- 
cooforming buildii^ (27;^) 
s<^are fee^ of fioor area) 
at Mrcel, LitUe Haven, 
954 Httrds Road. Lynidiaven 
Borongh. 

PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
tVE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 
W.L.Towers 
Secretary 

AprU 16, 23 2t 



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PUBLIC INFORMATION AND 
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION MEETING 
PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION OF 
GREAT NECK ROAD 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
Representatives of ttie Virginia De- 
parfanent of Hi^wrays and Transportation 
will be in the Jotwi B. Dey Elennentary 
School, located at 1900 North Great Neck 
in Virginia Beach, on April 29 and 30, 
1975, between the hourvof 6 p.m. and 
9 p.m. to review with interested citi- 
zens and businessnMn the preliminary 
plwis for tie proposed reconstruction 
(rf Great Nedc Road from 0.01 mile 
North Intersection Sior^a^ Drive to 
Intersection Shore Drive (Route 60). 
The proposed relocation of Great Nedc 
Road b^ween Thomas Bishop Lane and 
Shore Drive (Route M) will be included 
in the review. 

Written comments may be submitted 
to tie Deparlrhwit at the meeting or 
within ten (10) days at the following, 
address: 

Mr. J. T. Warren 

Disfa'ict Ef^irteer 

D^Hment of Highways and Trwis-: 

»ortation 

P.O. Box 10TO 

Suffolk, Va. 23434 

^ato Highway and 
Tran^Mrtation Commission 
April 16, 23 2t 



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LIQUER LOVERS - CON- 
vert vodka into superb liq- 
uers. iRstruction, recipes, 
six flavors, $7.50. You 
supply vodka and sugar 
Canfield, Inc , Box 6171, 
Montogomery, Ala. 36106. 



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ARBOAT 

Aluminuiii 12 (Dot Hull. 110 
HP Air Craft Engin*. 2 
Bucket seats - With Trai- 
ler 

487-08e2 



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iimOUNCEMENTS 

Sun Shine Ads 

^cial Notices 

Sost and Found • • .^t-.-'.-..t-7. 

dard and Thanks ' ■ 

Monuments - Burial Lots 

ifutOMOnVE 

/jutomobiles tor Sale 

■^rucks-Trailers-Jeeps 

Auto Parts, R^iairs 

liotorcycles-Scooters 

Aircraft for Sale, Parts 

Boats, Marine Si^iplies ■ • • • • 

{tility Trailers 
MPLOTMEirr 

Jelp Wanted 
ositions Wanted 

(ntAwriAL 

•usiness OHwrtttBity 

Ranted To Buy Bi^iaess ,■■-.. 

Rocks li Bonds -.'...'.....'.' 

portgages and Loans 

MSTRUCTIOIf 

lAXil Instruction Classes 

Music-Dance-Dramaties 

J'rivate Instruction 

EETS-LIVESTOCK 
ogs. Cats, and Other Pets 

Pet Services • 

florses-Cattle etc. 

(ERCHAMDBE 

Articles for Sale 

Antiques ' . . 

louse Hold oooas -, 

Parage Rummage ■ 

■'anted To Buy 

lusical Merchanaise 

oins and Stamps 

jjewelry & Watches 



3ood Things To Eat ^. 

irewood 

awn and Garden ■ - ■ 

Farm Equipment 

Machinery-Tools- . . . . 

Building Equipment 

business Equipment 

EV Radio 
OBILE HOMES 

Mobile Homes for Sale 

Mobile Homes f6r Rent .'.'., 

Mobile Home Sites 

HEAL ESTATE F(» REirP 

Rooms-Board 

Resorts -Hotels 

Apartments for Rent 

Houses Furnished 

Houses Unfurnished 

Farms and Land for Kent 

Out-Of-Town tor Rent 

Wanted To Rent 

Office-Desk Space for Rent 

hdastrial for Rent 

t'or Rent or Sale ■ • 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

Business Pr(^rty for Sale • • • • 

t"arms-Land-Timber 

For Sale Norfolk 

For Sale Va. Beach 

For Sale Chesapeake 

For Sale Portsmouth 

Resort Property for Sale 

Out-Of-Town for Sale 

Lots for Sale • ■ 

Wanted Real EsUte 

For Sale 

CAMPDfG 

OIRECTORIES 

Dining and Entertainment 

Home Services 



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JOHN YEATES BAND - 
4901 Bennetts Pasture 
Rd., are having a bingo 
game to false money to 
go on a trip to Sbenanloab 
representir^ the A;^le Blo- 
ssom's 48t(i annual para- 
de. Please donate or come 
to our Wngo game on Sat., 
April 26^|B_^^^ 

ART, MOLDING, AND HY- 
ifrecil plaster for art work. 
eyzZX Whlteburst, Bla- 
tliaghan Corp. 
S-2-5 



CANDY THE CLOWN - Now 
has openings for birthday 
parties, grand openings, 
intimotioBals, Call Don 
Meeker, 5S7-%97 
S-3-12 



Z-Sp*cial noOeu 

ENTERTAmERS! IF YOO 
are in the business, then 
you know the value of hav- 
ing good demo-tapes and 
recordings maii*. Why go 
to a stvdio for a good 
recordiag on tape? You are 
throwing money away! Pla- 
u Productioius has been 
recording and producting 
quality demo-tapes for 
over a year ia the Tkle- 
water Area. We bring our 
equipment to you or you 
can come to us. There is 
no (^ligation, for real sat- 
isfaction call us We can 
be very friendly. Call 486t 
0I3I. 



APPRECIATION 


The family of Willie 
Marsh Sr. wish to 
thank all friends for 
the many < prayers, 
kind thoughts. and 
deeds, during their 
bereavement. 



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S-AatoBobiles tor Sale 



DON'T GAMBLE ON USED 

cars! 12-aioath, 12,000 
mile warrently guarantee 
00 all late model used 
cars. Like baying a new 
car with a used car price. 
No hidd^ deductibles. 
Only at DOUGHTY Buick- 
PontUc - Olds - C^)el. 
Franklin, Va. 



1971 yOKESWAGON - Su- 
per Beetle Good Condition. 
$960 CaU 547-3540 after 
6 p.m. 



VOLKSWAGENS ^ 
Large selection of used 
Volkswagens, most models 
most colors. 100 per cent 
guaranteed. Bank financing 
crei jpproved bv phone 
VICTORY VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Victory BlTd. Ports. 
3S7-121$ 



1964 CHRYSLER -NEW- 
PORT, Automatic, good 
condition. $200. CaU 482- 
2906. 



WE THINK 

VICTORY 



ON74.VW 
MMO'S 






VOIKSWACEN 



HAVE 
NO 
FEAR 

Onr 100% Gnaraotee is 
here. Now we take the fear 
out of buying a used car. 
Onr guarantee dries sweaty 
palms. 12-montfa, 12,000 
mile warranty guarantee on 
all late model used cars. 
Like buyiag a new car with 
a.«aed car inlce. No hidden 
deductibles. Only at 
DOUGHTY Buick - Pontlac 
- Olds - Opel, Franklin, 
Va. 



LOANS 

FOR ANY 
WORTHWHILE PURPOSE 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

.OCALLY OWNED 
AND OPERATED 

■* 482-3381 

342 BATTLEFIELD BLVD. 
WLSOllSWJPPING CENTErt 



SANDBLASTING - Boat 
Trailers and Machinery. 
Free Estimates. White- 
hurst, Blassingham Corp., 
403 W. 24th St., Norfolk, 
627-2396. 
S-2-26 



■ EMrtOYMENTB 



11-He^ Wanted 



WANTED - CHILD CARE 
for 7 year old boy in 
Pocahontas Village. (Be- 
hind Best Co.) Call for in- 
formaUon 497 - 2454 af- 
ter 5:30 p.m. 



ADDRESSERS - MAILERS 
$M0 possible monthly. For 
information send: 25( plus 
stamped envelope to Billy 
Eldreth, Rt. 6-M8. Abing- 
don, Va. 24210 



CLUBS - CHURCHES, 
make money for your q>e- 
cial projects. Sell sub- 
scriptions to your home- 
town newspaper. High 
commissions. CaU for in- 
formation: Mr. Brown 4(6- 
3430. 



MASSAGE GIRL 

n 75 WEEKLY 

GUARANTY 

Mo eqwrieoce necessary, 
will train 18 or over. Bus- 
, iness Man's Massage A 
! BealthSfo. 157^5018., 



SENKtR CITIZEN - RE- 
tired? We need part time 
help. 484-0346. 



WE NEED YOUR HELP! 
We need an experienced 
brick layer to help lay 
bricks tor our church on 
a volimteer basis or for 
a small salary. If you are 
interested you can call for 
information at 340-7333 
or 486-0131. 



DENTAL ASSISTANT - 
Beach Borough location, 
5 day week, no Saturdays, 
permanent resident with 
experience preferred. Re- 
ply Dr. John Goode III 
P. 0. Box 22, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23458. 



MEED YOUNG ENERGE- 
tic feople, 18-28. Good in- 
cone - we train you. 484- 
0443. 



MASSAGE GIRL - TOP 
pay and commission, no 
experience necessary 
full or part time. Af^y 
in person, 709 Boush St , 
or call 623-5342. 



PLiiASANT WAY TO 
EARN - As an Amway dis- 
tributor of nationally known 
products in your own neigh- 
borhood if you wish. We 
train you. CaU 486-0626. 
S-2-26. 



EXPAMSWM OF STAFF 
creates opening for ex- 
perienced advertising staff 
salesman. Many benefits 
and an eiceUent oi^rtun- 
ily. Bjwrly Publications, 
547-4574. Ask tor Mr Bly. 



NEEDED AT ONa 
2MEN 
1 WOMAN 



To fill recently created 
positions. For toll in- 
formation Call 499-2763. 



CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Week ^mnateed sa- 
lary. No experience neces- 
sary. 

857-50U 



ll-H*tp Wanted 



taitnKtiM 



NEW JOBS 
WAITRESS - HOSTESS 

EXPERIENa 
PREFERRQ}. 

WUL train in new positioo, 
$610 mmith guarantee. 
Must be able to start work 
immediatly. This is not 
restaurant work. CaU 499- 
2763. 



10 WOHEM AMD MEM 
WANTED 

Local concern now hiring 
for good paying jobs, plus 
company benefits. No ex- 
perience necessary. For 
appointment CaU 499- 
2763. 




MnmuenoH 



19- Local lastrvctiM Claascs 



ART LESSONS: GROUP 
work slufs in OU Paint- 
ing t Block Painting, now 
forming. Cburchlaad Area 
CaU Vivian Attermeyer 
4S4-S849 



IS-ArHcles for Sale 



SWIMMING POOL WW)- 
lesaler - Most dispose of 
1974 pools in stock, sac- 
rifice price for desperate- 
ly needed warehouse 
s|>ace, brand new swim- 
ming pools includes, deck, 
fence, filter, and war- 
TMtly. 31 X 16 over aU. 
$S9S. installed, CaU ware- 
house collect days or ev- 
ening, ask for Ron, b04- 
-499-5859 



When placing yojr ad. 

Classified 

DEAD LINE 

Monday morning 10:30 a.m. for all 
classified ads. for the followhg 
We&tesday's Publication 



87-Maeh-TooU-BId|. Mat. 



WIGS AND HAIR PIECES- 
New, never worn, priced 
from $1. to $3., 3348 Az- 
alea Gardens Rd., Norfolk 
10 to 3 daily, all day Sat. 
aSvn. 
S-5-7 



nPE - VSBD 2' BLACK 
ira gtlvaaiMd, large qn- 
atfties, S43-S104, I A.M. 
to 4:30 P.M., Itai. Ikra. 
Sat. 
S-3-19. 



M.BMia«M CqiipaMt 



SS-For Real ar Sato 



TRGINIA BEACH - EDGE- 
vater, Oceanfront, IMh St. 
Large utft tor leaae or 
sale, by owner, ImmedWe 
occnpaacjr, days, 4^-3541; 
nigMs, 4M-2733. 
S-4-30 



AMBITIOUS COUPLE 

Work together building a 
business of your own. St- 
art part time. Phone for 
I interftew. 

397-0716 



EARN 
EXTRA MONEY 

SeUing Sid>scri|itions on 
your own time High Com- 
mission MUST be friend- 
ly and depeadatde aad oat- 
going. CaU for appotlit- 
m^it. 
4M-34t« 
Virglnta Baaeh Sw 



WORK WANTED - PAINT- 
ing interior and exterior, 
<piallty work, good rates. 
Please caU 588-2049 af- 
ter 5 P.M. 



CHILD CARE IN MY 
home - Lots of tender 
loving care whUeyos work. 
Playmates. Hour, weekly 
rates. Reasonable. 
Churchland. 484-5428. 



CONCRETE WORK 
wanted - Driveways, pat- 
ios, etc. Quality work and 
reasonable rates. Please 
call 464-2328 after 5 P.U. 



WILL BABYSrr AND 
house keep in your home. 
(Churchland Area) Refer- 
ences. CaU 484-3454 



BABYSITTING IN MY 
home. Two to Four years 
old. Portlock area. Mon- 
day through Friday. 545- 
4^2 



BABYSITTING ANY 
hours, my home or yours, 
by hour or week. CaU 487- 
8655, 06 30 or 2100. 



WEEK-END 
SITTER SERVICE 

Own transportatlm 
Moo. - Fri 8 a.m. Sp.m 
Reliable . References 
By Apfwintment Only 

484-4454 



Q- 



OFFSET PRINTING - IF 
ymi want a newspaper or 
etreUar printed the econ- 
omical offset way, check 
with Byeriy PubUcattons. 
Lowed prices ia Tide- 
water. CompoWion ser- 
vices. Call Gene Weo- 
dorf - S4T-457I or Mor- 
ris Bly 627-50n for no 
(M^atKm (poUtfon. 



ST. THOMAS' 

NURSERY 

KMDERQARTEN 

St. Thomas' Episeopel 
amrch, Mann Dr., at Ce- 
dar Rd, is enrolling chUd- 
rea tor 1975 -, 76 School 
Session. 

The School has classes 
tor children 3 to r yrs. 
of age. For information, 
eaU Mrs. Itortha WUson 
at ifl-mt or 4U-109T 
after I p.m. 


MAPLE TWIN BEOS - 
Converts to bonk beds - 
ExceUent condition, in- 
cludes mattresses. $120 
CaU 414-0526 


26-Aatl«ies 




LARGE SELECTION - OF 
antignes speeialixing in 
wus beu, Victorian oaa, 
pine lUraitare, antique 
doUa. We buy ft seU 
APPRAISALS 
Melton AatiqNa 
4201 UMfiaa River M. 
420-Mll 420-5117 


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21 -Private Instraettoa 



WHY BUY USED 

Haidichea? We «U1 seU 
yoB. new Reatanraot Endp- 
mentfor 10 PEBCEMt 
Above coat. 

Va. Store Fixtures 

625-a596 



1969 MOBILE HOME - 12l , 
50 two bedroom for rent' 
or sale - on nice (M-ivate 
lot, I Mock from Curri- 
tuck sound. Boat dock, swi- 
mming pool faculties. Has 
large eat-in kitchen, new 
caiipet. ReasonaUe. 424- 
4507 after 6:00 p.m. 





SS- 



Property for Sale.' 



-INSTRUCTION CLASSIC 

Nurses Aides - Orderlies - 
Oak HUl Medical Traiaii« 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. « 



14-Poritioaa Wanted 



NURSES AID - WILL SIT 

with older people, part 

time, by day - so you can 

have4ay(rft. 

421-9410. "■ 



PIANO A ORGAN LESSONS 
Albert M. WiUiams, Sa- 
creii. Classical, Pqpular, 
Beginner thru advanced. 
AU ages. YOUR HOME or 
my STUDIO. 588-8642. 
S-4-16. I 



ECKANKAR 

(Old - Mm Rriiglan) 

The path of total awamess 
OiscMSian everyTharsday 
n^tit. 

484-6170 



TENNIS INSTRUCnON 

Bay Lake Pines 
Over 7 years eq)eriettce. 
KCinner, Intermediate, 
Advanced. Please caU 

627-0054 






IS-Artleles tor Sale 



12 FOOTOVERHEAOGAR- 
age door. Mew with aU 
parts. Call 627-1862. 



CCMiSAGES - $1.00 - UP 
and center Pieces Special 
Prices, Quantity Buying, 
Fresh or Permanent. Your 
extra tom^ tloristSOUTH- 
SIDE FLORIST, 1113 Poin- 
dexter. CaU 543-5711. 



SPORTSMAN'S 
PARADISE 

(2 mi. so. of Great Bridge) 
Ian S. Battlefield Blvd. 



G.C.Lovarr, owner 

Check & Ccxnpare! 
JIM DANDYRATiON 

50 bs •B.- 

25 bs U.- 

CHUNX 

50 bs 'g.w 

25 bs 'S.w 

PUPPY LOVE 

25 bs •S.— 

m ALSO lB«a 1» Kock: 
Urge aeleetlaa tf dog 
eoltars (aaM tags toda- 

a^n Aek Dag Mattetaes 
TasMFtaMl^ts 
Mte I^M A puis 

g>W«ik) BaM^ pMs 
nrtert overalls 
FisMagtwE^. 

482-1377 



tl-Gangt Rammaga 



YARD SALE - APRIL 26TH 
(Sat.) 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
at 929 Loi« Ric^e Rd 
Chesa. off (rf Frentress 
AirtteU Blvd.) 



SO-Mnaical Merchaadlst 



MUSICAL - LET US SELL 
yoor instrument for yon- 
on consignment. 623-9564 
Mob. - &t. IPil - 7 PM 



81-Cotns aad Stamps 



RARE COINS - formerly 
Norvlew Coin; Nortott's 
most complete, buy, seU, 
trade, baying sUver coins, 
42 Southern Shopi^ Cen- 
ter, Norfolk, 853-8118. 
S-3-12 



S«-Firtvood 



40-Mafeili HooMS tof Sale 



MOBILE FOR SALE Wa- 
ter view shores, M. C. - 
1969 - 2 bedroom mobUe 
hone 12 X 50 on nice 
lot. Mew weU A pump, 
near water for boatii«, 
sirlmming, etc. (new car- 
pet, excellant condiUoo) 
Priced right. 424-4S07 af- 
ter 6:00 . 11:00 p.m. 



Al-IMMlc Bomaa for Rent 



1(73 TRAILER - SO Ft., 
2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, 

■g-l-TJIMr 

42S-1707alter5P.M. 



RaalEciate 



COLEMAN PLACE - ■ 
Brick Onidex, exeeUeirt '. 
eoBdltioa, low eqaity and i 
aaaame. Potential com- t 
■erical. CaU 855-8916. j 
S-4-30 * 



S«-For Sale Va. B«Mh 



WOLFSNARE PLANTA- 
tion - Acre wooded water- 
front. Large 3 bedroom tri- 
level, 2 1/2 baths, den. 
fireplace, porch, patiar, 
fenced, central air. 481- 
6986. No agents. 
S-4-23. 



^9o6db OF AVAUMT- 4 
bedrooms, 2 story with all 
tlie extras, $63,000 firm, 
negotiable, fenced yard aad 
toysia grass 420-2280. 
S-4-23 




CAPE STORY AREA, VIR- 
gnia Beach. Six houses 
from the bay and a beau- 
tiful beach. Cote, coxy, 
and custom bdlt. 481-0496 



4S-ApartaaMi tor Rent 



FKEWOOO 

DeUvered A Stacked 

ISO a cord . 20" IcflgOu 
CaU between 8 - 12:00 

588-7514 



SHARE - MALE LOOKING 
to share beaatifiil Charch- 
laml Apt. with same. $95. 
Air - Condition. 484-0841. 



tS-La«n aad Gardea 



TOP SOIL - BLACK FER- 
tlle from Greenbrier. Sand 
and FUl Dirt. Lot clear- 
ing and grading. Phone 587- 
9077 or 587-0234. 



2*3 BEDROOM APT8 -' 
Gamga Washingtim Hwy. A 
GilmertoB Rd. Close to 
sclioid A aU Bases. Phone 

wi-tm 



WOODS OF AVALON - 2 
story, I bedrooms, 2 car 
gar^^e.' fenced comer 
vooM lot. Many extru. 
By cwner, 424-2472. 
S-4-23 



59- For Sale 



CHCSAPEAKE-WCarCRM 
Branch. 3 bedroom brick 
ranch, 2 bathrooms, 2 car 
garage. Central alr-ranfi- 
ttoning. $4S,000. 484-USO. 



LOT CLEARING, GRAD- 
ug, landscaping. RJeh 
Bbck Top Sou, FUl &ad 
FUl Dirt. DOZIER EN- 
TERPRISES. 464-1601 
5SS-M<2 MgMs. 
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FIELD DIRT - TOP SOIL 
Sand, Gravel, Rock, etc. 
Fast deUvery. Culbertson, 
Call 497-7143. 
S-4-30 



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WELLOK:tOM VILLAGE - ' 
4 bedrooiBS, 2 1/2 baths, ■ 
eqnity and aaaMDe,<«r new 
loaa; 485-2217. » 

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OLVER WO(X)-2-8T(MlY ! 
home. 4 bedroMa, 2 1 A ( 
baths, 2 nr Mirage, ee«- | 
teral air, flreiaaee, carpet, f 
drapes, disbwuher, Bjr l 



Owner. 414-3706 



REPARSI 

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ConMttooers, aad Lawn 



KUaOMABLE! 
484-1874 




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CRATOOCK GARDENS - 
2 bdrm. home, central air, 
heat. ReecflUy painted. A1-, * 
Mniaum aiding onwlHtows.'' 
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hqusk - aiiacbed garage. 
5 Mocks from Oena. Fen- 
ced yard. $275 Ho. 425- 
IS8S. 



GREEN RUM - TOWM- 
htMse, 3 badroMBS, 1 1/2 
badis, waU to waU carpet 
large fenced yard, $245. 
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4805 
Portsmouth 
Blvd. 




4602 Widgeon Cir 
Hunters Pout 

Two story twae, talf Mek, wttli 3 tedrooms, 
2 1/2 tatts, fimUsr roon, attached garafe. Has 
ceMral air, disbvasber, disposal, refrigerator and 
iMiU la rar<e. AIM has a covered patio. 

Call Eleaaorlassitor 4«4-}9SI 




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OiesvMte, Va. 23320 

FOR QUICK RESULTS 

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424-3720 





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SalM (kg§nlzatlon 

4805 
Portsmouth 
Blvd. 



Taylor Bros. 
R«alty 

|104Tyr*N»dilA 

IrMdny Woods 
For«sf Hill 
CacfarGrovt 

Toj^orwood 

484.4547 



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GERALD GEORGE 4S4-7t24 
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BEH WHITFIELD 4M-M33 
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CARPEMTRY, MasoBry. 
CoBcrete, Patios, Porckes, 
Stom WtBdovs, PlwDiriag, 
PUstMi^(. Paiatiiv. Wall 
to Wall Carpetbig, Aiqr fl- 
oor cofcring. Electrical, 
Air CoMtttkNiiog A Heat- 
ii«. Call 623-3*44 



PAWTniG - DITERIOR 
and Eiterior, Small or 
large jobs. FREE ESTI- 
MATES. 3. C. Ifoody A 
Sobs. C22-727S 



PROFESaONAL CARPr" 
instaUatioBS - at the low- 
est nAe, Jmmi StepbeBS, 
I55-44S9. 
S-1-29. 



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takes to prekeat ]«aroTMi. 
YoB waste tael U jnw allow 
aa ores to prriwat loa^r 
thai BMCssanr. Avoid 
jOpaung ovoi door oced- 
lestty. OoB't tliraw it 
iNit . . . sell it vitk a 
ClassUedM. PhoaeS47- 
4571. 



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SPEQAL! - 20% off thru 
Jaaaarjr, also will build sh- 
ell, jvn fiaish losiite, re- 
pairs of all kiads, Taylor 
CoodnietiOB, 547-2M5. 



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HOME NEED REPAIRS? 
Call C A C for PaiaUag, 
Raters, aad Wall paper- 
lag. Fw tree estimate call 
M7-4202 or 4S4-71W. 



GARAGE DOORS 



Repaired 
Ubricated 



tt7-670S 
4M-6378 



10 - 10 p.m. 
10 - 4:30 p.H 



lattaehed garages 

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. flatetxws, Vaatties 
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Home Improveiaarts! 

R.H. BLACK 

■oae is^roniMat Co. 



EVENINGS 



CONCRETE WORK - 75? 
per sq. it., most jobs, all 
types. 4«7-22U. 

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SiMIINNG A REFDOSHING 
Hardwood Floors 20 Yrs. 
eq)M^Mce, free estimates 
42D-S474 after 6 p.m. 



WELLDMLUNG 
NoWatw 
NoClMirgt 

421-3200 




C&L 

LANDSCAPING, 

nc. 

S4SlSB0BEin. VA-BEACV 



PLANTASIA NURSERY 

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464-2696 



«l -Resort PropertyftrMe 

FCm SALE - AVAL- 
OD Beach, KiU Devil N(Slb 
CandiBa. Crttege oa ttie 
ocMB. For your eajoy- 
meat or tor lavetfmeat. 
Can «1-7S2S 



HOLIDAY BLAND, NC- 
Camping lot Ui old sectton 
Boat access to Sound. Wa- 
ter, electricity, bath- 
rooms, swimming pocd, 
tennis court, club. 427- 
1726. 
S-4-23 



LAKE GASTON, VA - 1 
acre wooded waterfront, 2 
hrs. drive, uoderground 
telephone, electric, private 
paved road, boat ramp, will 
divide, 499-6219. 
S-4-23 



CAMPSITE FOR SALE - 
Holiday Island, Hunting, 
fishing, 2 swimming pools, 
cluUnuse, playground. 
3700. down and assume 
monthly payments of 335. 50 
Call 420-4751. 
St4-23. 



(2-Out''Of-Towa for Sale 



FLORIDA - SANTA ROSA 
County on Gulf Coast, near 
the City of Pensacola. Eq- 
uity and take over pay- 
ments, $53. monthly or pay 
off total $4,800. 434-9347. 
S-4-23 



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HOLIDAY POINT - 2- 
story home, 2 baths, 2 
ear (arage, centeral air, 
dishwasher. By Owner 4M- 
3706 



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CAMPERS - FULLY SELF 
coidaiBed already set iq) 
over loddag Currituck 
Sound. Air Conditioned, 
SwlnmiBg, fishing, boat 
dock. For iaformationCall 
(919 - 453 - 2732) or 
Hampton Lodge. 
B-4-30. 



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MtN-WOMEN 

Wanted, 
Volunteers. 

Today's Army is an Army of voiunteers. The many 
people who are in the Army are in it because its a 
good place to be m. 

Partly because of the benefits, A rrwnthly starting 
sajary of $344 (before deductions). With a raise to 
$313 in |ust tour months. Plus free housing and 
meals, free medical and dental care, free job training, 
30 days paid vacation a year. 
' Partly, too, because of the personal challenge. The 
diKipline. The mental and physical demands. TtM 
early risings, hard days, and late nights. 

In the Army, we don't have time clocks. And in the 
Army, you don't get paid overtime. Soldiering is a 
full-nme job. 

We don't require prior experierTce. But we do require 
high standards. And if you meet them, you re the kind 
of volunteer we want. The kind your Country needs. 

CaH 
Army (^prntunitiet 

547-7900 

Join the people who've joined the Army. 




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PAINS? 



Caa't all fit around the kitchen taUe? Do your kids 
need more fighting room? Could it be that you need 
a larger home? Then why not list yours now? Chances 
are it will never bring a better price! We have buyers 
tor your home. See tiow our personalized approach, 
works tor you! And if your home is too small just 
think how nice a more modem brand new home could 
be!!! , 



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Rover had Credit betorf ? 
Are yon new to the ar «? 
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"We eaa taadic your account 
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See Sandy Bolin, owner, 
retired CUef. USN 

FURNITURE SW>WR00lfS 

la E. Little Creek Rd. 

H3-590S 

SMI S. llUiUry Hgwy. 

<I7-K01. 



CAMPGROUND SITE • 50 ACRES 

under development - mostly completed with recreation 
bidg., service bldg., sorvicebldg., and some roadways. 

AUCTION 
APRIL29tti IIKK) A.M. 

Zui, Virginia, between Richmond and Norfolk. 



Sale for S.B.A. 
Brochure - info. 




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NEW and BEAUTIFUL Prestige Community In Chesa- 
peake offering qOM E SITES For Building and CUS- 
TOM HOMES For Sale. 



Oily 4 Miles From Downtown Norfolk Minutes to 
Great Bridge Convenient to Int. 64 

Visit This New Elegant Development. See the Fine 
Houses Now Under Construction By Individual Custom 
Aiilders or The Lovely Sites for the Home Your 
Are Planning. 

City Water and Sewer SOME WOODED NEW ENTRAN- 
CE Georgetown Blvd. At Military Highway For In- 
formation Call 




YoMr future success 
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That's where you'll find a big selection of job 
opportunities. Engineer or teacher, salesman or 
secretary, waitress or mechanic, cook or artist . . . 
whether you're looking for your first job or a 
better one, your prospective employer will most 
likely be looking for you with a "Help Wanted" 
ad in this newspaper. 

If you want your job to mean nwre than just a place 
to put In 8 hours a day; if you're interested in 
progressir^ . . . looking for a growth career . . . 
an-opportunity to spQciotize in a certain field ... 
a job where maximum income is mot only a possibility 
but a distinct probability . . . read the Help 
Wanted ads carefully. 

You never know when YOUR big opportunity will 
(»me. So don't miss out! Be wise and keep your eyes 
on the "help Wanted " ads in the Classified Section. 
Start to(kiyi 



CUSSinEDilDS 

Churchiand Pictorial 547-4571 
Chesapeaice Post 

Virginia Beach Sun 486-3430 

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YOU CAN SAVE FUEL 
when cooking on your range 
by using t^ fitting covers 
for your prts. Food cooks 
faster and usm less tael. 
Save money with a low- 
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BLACK 
BROTHERS 

BnUders 

Home Improvenierts 
Contractors 
Garage Builders 
RooaAdittloDS 
Almiaunfidiag 
Roofs - Carports 

Kitchen Remodeliag 

CALL ANYTIME 
545-7318 

Hugh E. BUck, Sr. 
1M>0 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 



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543-$723oW«Uwi •Ar CofltonMiori 

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^333 Bainbridge Blvd. 



For sale or lease at CAMDEN POINT 
IsHORES with dock laclHtfcs for fishing 
_ind iwatinf in Aliiemarle Sound: 
((1) Rondette M« sq. ft. with 2 iMdrooms, 
iMthroom, largo living-dining room, 
large ^teck. $17490 fumisiied for 
iHiyer to move onto Ms lot, financing 
available. Rental furnished SISO a 
month. 
U2) Brand new with 3 bedrooms/ 2 full 
baths, targe living raom, wail to «mI1 
carpeting, deck and private (tock. 
Sale V&jm with favorable financing. 
Rental vm monM. 
These |Mi>perties are tocatod M mitos 
ist ^ EHiatetto City and a one Iwur 
Ldrtve frafli Or«at Bridge, f>ortsmo«th m- 
[Virglnia Beacli. 

Ii^ire m. ami Mrs. Coekrm at 
Petat Stems (919) 33MaM or 
Kwp at Albemarle Realty in 
[Virginia Beadi, JIM INieifIc Ave., Tel. 
)(«M) 411-^1. 



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